Join us Sunday beginning at 10:55 a.m. for this week’s service.

Welcoming All

Located in historic downtown Atlanta, Central Presbyterian Church is a community united in welcoming and serving all. Our church and lay leaders represent a diverse cross-section of the Atlanta community; and we thrive in outreach, serving and spreading God’s love to people across racial boundaries, gender identities, religious backgrounds and socio-economic status. While Sunday mornings are an important time for us to gather in worship together, our reach goes far beyond the church’s walls as our congregation is involved in numerous outreach that range from ministries with people experiencing homelessness to arts and cultural events.

Events at the church are currently suspended due to COVID-19. However, we have multiple opportunities to stay connected online.

Join Local Mission in support of the OAC! 

Join your friends from Local Missions this upcoming Saturday April 17 at 10 a.m. to walk 3 miles around downtown to benefit the Central Outreach and Advocacy Center during their “In Their Shoes: 10 Mile Challenge” fundraiser.

We will meet at Central’s Courtyard and walk together to Oakland Cemetery, take a loop around, and then head back to the church. You can join us for the whole walk, part of the walk, or do this walk with us virtually (in spirit). 

We encourage you to wear comfortable clothes, bring a water bottle, and donate to our team’s page at https://secure.givelively.org/teams/central-outreach-and-advocacy-center-inc/in-their-shoes-10-mile-challenge/local-missions-central-presbyterian-church 

To learn more about this event hosted by the OAC, please visit: https://bit.ly/3cpaSTo 

For questions, please contact Pastor Jasiel at jhernandez@cpcatlanta.org

Send a prayer request to our deacons and pastoral staff

Seeking a unique space to host your special event?

All of our activities at our site have been suspended due to COVID-19. You may visit our Connect With Us, Learn With Us, and Worship With Us Pages to find ways to connect and stay engaged. We look forward to opening our doors back up when the timing is right. Built in 1880s, Central’s sanctuary is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a popular location for weddings. Our church also has numerous classrooms, historic Rand Chapel and other facilities used by groups throughout the year for a variety of activities. Due to our proximity to the state Capitol, we are a prime location for events including seminars, classes and concerts.