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Current Meeting Location
Tikvat David Messianic Synagogue
625 Hembree Pkwy, Suite B, Roswell, GA. 30076
As we previously met in a public school, we are very thankful to the generosity of Tikvat David for allowing us to use their space for in-person gatherings!
Who’s Christ Fellowship?
A few things to know…
Member of the Presbyterian Church of America (PCA)
Christ Fellowship is a missional community affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and rooted in the belief that the historic Christian gospel is true, exciting, and transformative.
The PCA subscribes to Reformed Theology. Historically, the basics of Reformed Theology are written in Latin … but since no one in our congregation speaks Latin, we will put the English version followed by the Latin.
- The Bible is God’s message to us. (Sola Scriptura)
- Abundant life is God’s gift through faith. (Sola Fide)
- God is not forced to love us. (Sola Gratia)
- Jesus makes it possible to know God and who we are made to be. (Solus Christus)
- God does not have a boss. He “answers to no one” and made all things. In the beginning and end God is victorious! (Soli Deo Gloria)
This informs our theology, but we have members who have all kinds of backgrounds. No matter what denomination you have previously been apart of (or perhaps, none at all!) you are welcome at our PCA church!
Live, Work, Play → Heart, Soul, Mind
Towns across America believe “Live, Work, Play” defines the whole person.
As Christians, we see these three ideas reflected in the Bible:
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”Matthew 22:37-39
Therefore, we worship and enjoy God with all our “heart, soul, and mind” … or in other words, as we “live, work, and play.”
But, what does that actually mean?
This is the place where life happens. The place where you “hang your hat.” From your actual home to your neighborhood and where you engage (school, sports league, etc.)
Your Imagination is a gift from God. Maybe you direct traffic or clean houses. Maybe you’re an elected official. Or an engineer, teacher, marketer … etc.
Whatever you do, it is a reflection of God in the place He has placed you!
You are designed with a purpose. Sometimes that purpose is to find rest and refreshment.
Some examples of ways we can worship God through rest are enjoying nature, taking in a movie with friends or family, trying a new dish at a local restaurant … the list goes on and is different for each person!
Mission & Vision
Mission: to be a Gospel Centered, Outward-Facing Church with a Passion to see Christ’s Kingdom Flourish in our community and surrounding region.
Vision: To worship and enjoy God as we Live Work and Play.
Because growing in the Christian faith requires giving and receiving, we want you to have a place of belonging: A place where you are known, cared for, and able to serve well.
Furthermore, the difference between Mission and Vision is “distance.”
- Our Mission statement is a long-term goal
- Our Vision statement is a guide for our daily activities
Whether you’re new to church or have been attending for years, we’re convinced your life begins in the boundless waters of the Gospel.
We get it: Going somewhere new with people you don’t know can be intimidating!
So, we’ve put together a bit more information in question-and-answer format, just for you … but if you have another question, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
How do members typically dress?
Whatever’s comfortable. Yes, we’re serious.
You may see a few folks dressed up, but many others will wear a shirt, shorts / jeans, and tennis shoes. Children who regularly attend usually wear shorts / jeans.
Will I be stared at if my children cry during service?
We love children, and guess what? They make noise. They’re full of energy, after all!
Their sounds are a joyful noise unto the Lord, and you’ll find many of us have our never-perfectly-still (or quiet!) children with us during church.
What if I’m not a member of the PCA?
First off … we won’t know. There isn’t some radar installed that tells us what people believe when they walk through the door.
Second, it doesn’t matter. The body of Christ is many! And if you are a professing Christian, then you partake in all the benefits and joys of living in Christ just as anyone else does.
There’s no prerequisite to attending a PCA church!
What if I’m not a Christian?
It doesn’t matter! All our members see is someone visiting, and you can expect a warm welcome. Every person … man, woman, and child … is made in God’s image (Genesis 1:27) and thus is valuable!