Welcome to City Church! We hope we get the chance to meet you on Sunday! Visiting a new church can be an intimidating experience. What do I wear? What about our kids? Where do we park? What about health and safety? The information below will help you navigate your first visit to City Church. If you still have questions or concerns, just contact us!
What time does the gathering start? 10:30am
Where is City Church located? Our address is 176 Roswell St. at the intersection of Roswell St. and Waddell St.
(one block off the Marietta Square, down from The Local).
What do I wear? We’re pretty casual. You’ll see more jeans and shorts than coats and ties.
Where do I park? We have our very own lot directly behind our building. You will see our church’s parking sign. No need to pay to park, we’ve got you covered for Sunday. In addition, The lot diagonal to us is also open for CCM members. Also, all street parking on the Square is free on Sundays.
Where do I go once I get to City Church? Follow the signs! Once you get on our main sidewalk, our Welcome Team members will be out there to greet you and to point you in the right direction! The Lobby will be all the way to the right and will have complimentary coffee if you are interested.
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
City Kids: Our children’s ministries are available during the gathering for ages, birth through 5th grade. The children meet in a separate building, which is two doors up from the church’s main entrance. One of our Welcome Team members will be outside the main children’s entrance. Head through those doors our volunteers will get you checked in and settled! Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to our gathering time (10am). Need more information, you can learn more about City Kids.
City Youth: Students in 6th-12th grades, gather on Sunday evenings from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at 164 Roswell St. The youth gatherings include games, snacks and small group time. Learn more about City Youth.
What is a typical Sunday like? Our gathering typically lasts around 75-90 minutes and includes a time of singing, community, a message and an opportunity to receive prayer.