Welcome to historic Central Presbyterian Church, located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.

We invite you to join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m. We hope you will experience a welcoming community where your faith journey is nurtured and stretched.

As you navigate our Website you will find many opportunities to connect through our worship services, mission opportunities and education offerings. You will find age specific opportunities for children, youth, and adults. You may also wish to read about our history or listen to a sermon.

It’s all here. If you would like to find out more, please feel free to contact us and we will happily be in touch.

– The Staff of Central Presbyterian Church

Upcoming Events, News & Updates

Dr. Lapointe

                               Central Welcomes Haiti Partnership Doctor on July 30

Central is a proud partner in the La Gonave Haiti Partners organization, supporting education, healthcare, and community development on the island of La Gonave, Haiti. Dr. Lapointe leads the partnership’s Bill Rice Clinic, a clinic in the rural mountains of La Gonave. The closest hospital is hours away, and patients must travel the unpaved roads by foot, donkey, or motorcycle. Dr. Lapointe and his team save lives each day through preventative healthcare, prenatal care, labor and delivery care, and providing nutrition and vaccinations for newborns. On Sunday July 30, we are honored to have Dr. Lapointe, the lead doctor for the partnership, joining us for worship. Come meet Dr. Lapointe in the Brotherhood room before and after worship to hear about the important work he is doing with the help of churches like ours. Dr. Lapointe is only in Atlanta for one weekend, and we are honored to have him visit Central! 

                                                              Member News.

Central, member Martha Haythorn spoke to the congregation about her experience as a Medicaid beneficiary.  Martha, at 17-years old, is active in our youth group, currently serves as a Deacon, and recently returned from the youth trip to Guatemala.  She has Down syndrome.  She spoke to draw attention to the advocacy table we had set up in Tull Hall, giving all an opportunity (and the stationary/stamps) to let our U.S. Senators know of our concern about the proposed healthcare legislation. “To continue reading.” click here

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