Prospect Kids Events

Breakfast with Santa - Dec 13, 9:00am - Join us in the Lockett Family Life Center for a special breakfast with Santa as the children and their families are invited to kick-off the Christmas season with Jolly St. Nick.

Elevate Student Events

Survivor Retreat - Nov 21-23 -  we will be joining with another church at North Georgia Christian Camp in Helen for a special Survivor-themed retreat! Cost is $50 for youth ($20 for adults) (includes lodging, meals except for Friday night on way up, all activities, and transportation). Nov. 12th is the deadline to register.

Second Sunday @ Prospect Church

Prospect Church has begun hosting a special Second Sunday night service. This gathering will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will present an opportunity for us to gather in the name of Jesus for prayer, worship, and creative expression. Second Sundays will be a near free-form opportunity for the Holy Spirit to show up and work in our lives. The service each month will take different forms, depending on the theme and the direction of God. Join us as we experience "altar moments that alter our lives."

 

Prospect Church Blog
  • Attitude is as Important as the Action
    Jack Alexander at the ReImagine Group teaches that “Attitude is as important as the Action.” He says we often reference II Cor. 9:7 “for God loves a cheerful giver,” when talking about the attitude with which we are to approach giving. It is an important instruction but so are Deut. 26:1-15 and I Tim. 6:17.

    In the Deuteronomy text we learn not “what” or “why” to give but “how” they were to give—with humility....
  • Living Generously
    What did Jesus mean when He said “whoever loses his life for My sake will find it?” How often do we stop to consider the commitment Christ expects? He’s not talking about writing a check or checking a box but a life that is completely focused on giving to others what He has so graciously given to us.

    In the coming weeks we will be looking at some of these questions and ideas as...
  • “…one Lord, one faith, one baptism…”
    Homecoming/Revival is going to be a great event this year and filled with so much food—spiritually as well as physically. Homecoming will be Sunday morning, September 28th. We will have one worship service at 10:30 a.m. and Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.

    Our Homecoming preacher will be the Rev. Scott Brown. Scott is the pastor of New Beginnings UMC and he, his wife Amanda, and their two sons Graham and Ellis live in Marietta....

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