Discover North Atlanta: Room 110

Learn more about what to expect at the North Atlanta Church in a casual, small group setting. In this class we will explore North Atlanta’s Mission and Vision and the many connection opportunities that are available. You will learn about how the church is organized and have the chance to ask any questions that you may have.
Leaders: Marvin Woodward, Frank and Cheris Baker, Ken Shumard

Starting Point: Room 105

In this class, you will have the opportunity to explore your faith and experience community in a conversational environment. It’s a safe place to learn and ask questions about the Bible and Christianity. The class runs on a rotating basis for 8 weeks, after which participants will get help transitioning into and building connections in another North Atlanta Bible Class.
Facilitators: Cody and Karen Wilson

Special Focus Studies

Special Focus Studies are life stage or life experience specific studies.

ANCHOR Groups:

Gym and Atrium

Gender specific, Christ-centered, Bible study for people in open drug and alcohol recovery.
Facilitators: Michael Prather, Cindy Lawrence, and the ANCHOR team

Seniors Alive: Room 101

obedience in the same direction

Eugene Peterson is the well-known author of The Message – a translation of the Bible into easy-to-read, modern English. Peterson began this translation project, which now includes the entire Bible, with a contemporary translation of the book of Psalms. From the Psalms, he wrote a book entitled “A Long Obedience in the Same Direction" based on an ancient Hebrew hymnal contained in Psalms 120 – 134. This fall we will study these Psalms using ideas from Peterson’s book, and we will discover just how relevant they are for discipleship today. And, we won’t just study the Psalms, we will also “pray the Psalms” just as people have done for centuries.
Teacher: Ken Snell

Latino: Room 109

El libro de Romanos El libro de Romanos

La Epístola a los Romanos es el sexto libro del Nuevo Testamento. Los eruditos bíblicos coinciden en que fue compuesta por el Apóstol Pablo para explicar que la salvación es ofrecida a través del evangelio de Jesucristo. Romanos es la más larga de las epístolas paulinas y es considerada su «legado teológico más importante», así como su magnum opus. Estudiaremos como era la cultura, filosofía y orden de pensamiento de la iglesia primitiva en Roma en el año 56 DC y las aplicaciones evangelistas para la iglesia de North Atlanta en el día de hoy.
Profesor: Nelson Galarraga

Catalyst (College-age): Room 115

Different Parts. One Body.

A look inside the uniqueness of Christ as he crafts each member of this ministry to accomplish their specific role in the kingdom of God. (Catalyst will meet in Room 115 with Young Adults.)
Teacher: Teaching Team

Young Adults: Room 115

Different Parts. One Body.

A look inside the uniqueness of Christ as he crafts each member of this ministry to accomplish their specific role in the kingdom of God. (Catalyst will meet in Room 115 with Young Adults.)
Teacher: Teaching Team

Young Families: Room 112

Grace As RElationship:
Embracing Love of Ourselves, Family, Church, and Others

This series examines grace from both a Biblical and practical perspective. Special emphasis will be given to embracing grace in the context of self, community, family, church, and one's relationship with others.
Teacher: Zane McGee

Discipleship Electives

Discipleship Electives are multi-generational classes that are open to all adults

“Breathe” by Priscilla Shirer: Room 103

Reaching Higher—Women’s Bible Study

One of the greatest challenges among women in our culture is taking time to cease from all the activities and just breathe. We are in bondage to busyness. By neglecting time for tranquility, serenity, and repose, we limit our Christlikeness and miss out on some of God's greatest gifts. In the Old Testament, Sabbath was given to the Israelites as a gift, and it is still a gift to us today. If you are weary, worn out, and exhausted, then the concept of Sabbath will change your life.
Facilitator: April Hawthorne

No Longer Strangers: A Study of Ephesians: Room 106

The apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Ephesus and laid out a God-sized vision for the church. Through them, God would show the world a new way to live in harmony with each other and in the favor of God. This vision of a beloved community was birthed in Jesus and brought to reality through the Holy Spirit. Throughout the letter we see a consistent theme: Our relationships with each other are a key witness to the transforming power of God.
Teacher: Don McLaughlin and Team

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI): Room 108

Here at North Atlanta we believe that God, through the work of the Holy Spirit, has purposed us for the noble task of
witnessing to our community and the world through our diversity. In John 17, Jesus prayed that we would achieve complete unity in our diversity, so that through it we might become “credible witnesses” to his claim to have been sent from God for the purpose of reconciling the world to himself. To this end, we endeavor to create an inclusive environment where all parts of the body of Christ feel valued, respected and fully engaged (I Corinthians 12:12-27). This 4 week class is designed to help members begin the process of developing the capacity to bridge across cultural differences and develop an
integrated multicultural community of faith.
Teacher: Dr. Major Boglin