Central Presbyterian Church is a non-discriminating 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
  • Taize 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


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Women_s Retreat 2018



Central is proud to partner with Presbyterians for a Better Georgia in putting our faith into action! Register today for this year’s Advocacy Training, held at Trinity Presbyterian on January 23.



A program will be presented by the Cancer Ministry on the Stephen Ministries at the potluck dinner meeting on Sunday, January 21, at 6:00 pm. Please contact Frances at fstjohn@bellsouth.net or 770-845-5094 for more information and to RSVP with the food item you will bring….salad, vegetable or dessert.


We hope you’ll join us Monday, Jan. 15 in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
March begins at 1:45 p.m. We’ll meet at 1:30 p.m. in front of the MARTA station at the corner of Peachtree St & Ellis St. We’ll watch the march together from there and join in on the end to march to the King Center.
For more information about participating, please contact Elizabeth Sudduth at
678-471-4284 or elizabeth.sudduth@gmail.com.


Sign-Up begins January 7th in Tull Hall for Lenten small groups each week during Lent (February 11 – March 18).

ZAP Collage Shadow

Art Exhibit by Zimbabwe Artists Project Now in Tull Hall Gallery
(Back by popular demand!)
The fabric hangings of the Zimbabwe Artists Project will be on display on October 29 through December. They make wonderful gifts for the upcoming holiday season.
ZAP’s Mission: Partnering with Weya artists in strengthening self-sufficiency, building cultural understanding and creating educational opportunities is our mission. We work with women artists (and a few men) from rural Weya in Eastern Zimbabwe, buying art directly from them and selling it to people in the U.S. who are looking for beautiful and meaningful art and who want to support their artistic talents.To learn more about ZAP, visit their website.
All artwork is for sale. Contact Dave VanderMeer dvandermeer@cpcatlanta.org or Sandra McDonald smcdonald@cpcatlanta.org about the cost.

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