Central Presbyterian Church is a welcoming community dedicated to diversity and inclusivity.  People of different races, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, educational levels, housing statuses and religious backgrounds gather each Sunday to worship together, united by a desire to worship God and follow Jesus’s example in our lives.  Our clergy and lay leaders are a cross-section of our community.

Throughout the year, Central offers faith opportunities in the heart of Atlanta:

  • Sunday services, each week at 11:00am in the sanctuary
  • Taizé services, the first Tuesday of each month in the chapel, September through May
  • Faith Education and Sunday school for all ages, each Sunday at 9:45am
  • Special opportunities, such as small groups, home worship services, and additional services around Lent and Advent

Central supports the Atlanta community with several outreach activities and volunteer opportunities:

Central is located in downtown Atlanta, directly across from the Georgia State Capitol, and draws its membership from across the greater Atlanta area.  We are convenient to the Five Points and Georgia State MARTA stations, and free parking is available in the garage at 180 Central Avenue for Sunday services.

You may also wish to read about our history, listen to a sermon, or scroll through our Frequently Asked Questions.

Join us for worship. You are welcome here.


The Central Community


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Upcoming Events, News & Updates

march for our lives

The weekend of March 23 – 24, Central will once again take a stand against gun violence in our schools. Following are ways in which you can participate:

Friday, March 23, 5-9 pm

Please join us in Tull Fellowship Hall as we make signs for the march and rally. All materials will be provided. We need volunteers as Central is hosting guests from around the state!

Saturday, March 24, 11-1 am

The march will start at the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Please join Central in either the march or handing out water to marchers.

Saturday, March 24, 1-3pm

There will be a rally at Liberty Plaza. During this time, we need volunteers to help set-up Tull Fellowship Hall for the post rally event.

Saturday, March 24, 3-5pm

The National Commission for Voter Justice and Central will be sponsoring a voter registration event in Tull Fellowship Hall. The focus is to inform our 17 – 18-year-olds about the importance of registering to vote and of voting. We hope to make voter registration easy and accessible. We need volunteers to be way finders, greeters, and overall support staff.

To volunteer, please email Linda Massengill.



The Global Mission committee is leading two trips this year!
Learn about the realities of living in a border town in Frontera de Cristo in Agua Prieta, Mexico June 23 – 29.  Contact Jo McMurtrie by email for more information.
Explore the realities of life in Palestine/Israel with Interfaith Peace-Builders July 21 – August 3. Contact Ann Hunter by email for more information.

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