Our Pastor (Sundays and Wednesdays)

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Imagine a place where everyone had the same dream, the same hope, and the same heart. Doesn’t that sound too good to be true? Wouldn’t that be wonderful? What if such a gathering of people   existed? Both young and old, rich and poor, many long for a home united in the belief that Jesus Christ is the dream, the hope, and the heart.

Let me be the first to welcome you to ONE HEART CHURCH. One Heart Church, Atlanta’s newest fellowship, embodies those three key elements – one dream, one hope, and one heart. Our desire is to match innovative creativity with sound, Biblical preaching. We also desire to develop an authentic atmosphere of praise and purpose where the lost and lonely are welcomed in the open arms of Jesus.

One Heart Church meets in our new building at 706 North Peachtree Street in Norcross. We are so excited about the new space that God has provided as we reach into the Atlanta community. This website is updated regularly with ongoing events for our church family and I would love for you to be a part of these events. I encourage you to explore this website to learn more about our mission and the heartbeat of our family.

We look forward to meeting you at One Heart Church! If you need me for anything do not hesitate to contact me at gearl@oneheartchurch.org or call (404) 401-2553.

Regathering Plans

Sunday Morning Worship Resumes
OHC will resume regular Sunday morning worship in October from 10:00-11:00 AM in the main Worship Center. 

Bridge the Gap—Grateful in All

It is the secret of an effective life. It is the key to an impactful life. It is heart of every dedicated life.  It is gratitude!  The profound awareness of His presence and His blessings.  The gap between our gratitude and ingratitude will determine the potential for our lives.  The Bible says it this way….”in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” I Thes. 5:18. So it seems wise that we would chose a life of gratitude.  This month we will discover how to insure we don’t let ingratitude sneak into our lives.  Join us as we bridge the gap to an amazing life.  Five weeks to close the gap. 

Regathering Protocol

Please Stay Home If:
You have a fever, cough, or other major symptoms of Covid-19.
You have been in contact with someone with Covid-19 in the last 14 days.
You are in any way uncomfortable with the idea of worshiping corporately.

Personal Protection Measures:
We will be observing social distancing inside and outside the building.
The balcony will be open so that we can further spread out the congregation.
Every other pew will be marked off to provide social distancing.
Please sit at least six feet away from individuals not in your household.
We strongly encourage you to wear a mask at all times, but masks will be required in all common areas, hallways, and smaller rooms.
In the Worship Center, it is highly recommended and encouraged to wear your mask at all time.