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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (404) 401-2553.
Sunday Morning Schedule
OHC continues meeting in person on Sunday mornings. Worship in the main worship center is at 10:00 AM and masks are required. at 11:00 AM various Connections Small Group Bible Studies are offered.
New Sermon Series
2023 brings such an awesome opportunity to be faithful to God in everything we do. He is the utmost example of faithfulness. Senior Pastor Gearl Spicer will begin a new series based on our 2023 OHC theme, FAITHFUL! We will unpack what it means to be faithful before God, faithful in our community and faithful while on mission for Jesus Christ. We will look at these important principles through the lens of I Timothy 1:12. That key verse say, “I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has strengthened me, because He considered me faithful, putting me in service…”