Who We Are
Our purpose is to glorify God.
Make and deploy mature and equipped followers of Christ for the sake of family, community, and global transformation.
Join us for Sunday Service
We meet on Sundays @ 10:30am in the new building at 2845 Amwiler Road, Atlanta. Be sure to join us for lunch and fellowship after service!
In the summer of 2015 our English Ministry relaunched with Pastor John and five members of New Church of Atlanta. Since then we have been experiencing an exciting season of growth and renewal. By God’s grace we are forming a community that’s centered not on a culture, ethnicity, or age group but solely on the gospel of Jesus Christ. We experience the power of the gospel regularly through worship that’s faithful to the Scriptures and fellowship that’s devoted to hospitality and authenticity. And it is through the power of the gospel that we strive to meet the needs of the individual, the family, and the city. We’d love for you to visit us, and be a part of our worship and fellowship.
Rev. Bill Sim
billsim62 AT gmail.com
Pastor John Kim
writepastorjohn AT gmail.com
dyhan92 AT gmail.com
Community Groups are a monthly gathering of our members and friends for fellowship, Bible study, and (for the parent’s CG) family worship. We strive to be obedient to the Scriptures by being devoted to the word, prayers, and the fellowship, not neglecting to meet together (Acts 2:42, Hebrews 10:24-25). Best way to plug into a Read more about 9/29 Emory Community Group[…]
Community Groups are a monthly gathering of our members and friends for fellowship, Bible study, and (for the parent’s CG) family worship. We strive to be obedient to the Scriptures by being devoted to the word, prayers, and the fellowship, not neglecting to meet together (Acts 2:42, Hebrews 10:24-25). Best way to plug into a Read more about 9/22 Midtown Community Group[…]
Stick around after Sunday service for a brief Q&A session! Questions can be submitted anonymously during service and Pastor John will answer some of them right after service (before lunch fellowship), and he’ll try to address the rest through his blog and/or Sunday school. Feel free to ask questions about the sermon and the subjects it Read more about Sunday Post-Service Q&A[…]
Join us on Sundays at 10:30am at 2845 Amwiler Road, Atlanta, in Building B. We at NCA EM strive to worship according to the word of God by being called by the word, singing the word, confessing the word, hearing the word, and responding to the word. Stick around for Q&A, lunch, and fellowship after service! Read more about Sunday Worship Service @ 10:30am[…]
Sunday School serves the purpose of providing our members an opportunity to dive deeper into various topics that pertain to the Christian life and doctrine. It’s also a great opportunity for non-Christians, skeptics, agnostics, friends with different spiritual beliefs to come and engage with Christianity. We hold about 2-3 Sunday School meetings a month, 1-2pm. Read more about 9/10, 9/17 Sunday school[…]
Join us for pizza dinner and play some board games this Labor Day Weekend! 9/2 (Sat), 5pm at near Howell Mill District. Contact PJ for more details!
The 64-year old gentleman had been married for 36 years. “We had a good run,” he said. The entire Humans of New York interview is worth reading, it’s full of insights; but there are three things he said that particularly stood out to me: “We just outgrew each other.” “Neither of us was all that Read more about Humans of New York: Insights into Marriage[…]
I was searching for stock photos to use for announcing this week’s Sunday School topic – questions to ask before dating & pre-engagement – and this photo just jumped out at me. There are quite a few principles we can draw from this image of a group of people climbing over rocky terrain. 1. You Read more about Sunday School: Q’s to Ask Before Dating & Pre-engagement[…]
Many of you are getting back to work/school this week. I don’t know about you, but whenever I’m about to get back to work, I have a bad habit of losing focus on God and turning my work into something God never intended it to be. Here are a few “Christian truths” I try to Read more about Getting Back to Work[…]
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