Start your walk with Christ
Start your walk with Christ
hether you are a person that is just curious about church or a 20 year member of our congregation, you are very important to us. At South Cobb, we believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God. Our authority in faith and practice is the Bible. We do not subscribe to human traditions, creeds or doctrines, only the scriptures.
The Sunday morning worship service at South Cobb centers on Jesus Christ, following the simple principles of the New Testament. Our goal is to praise God, and help each person to draw closer to God and Christ. We sing a cappella, pray, partake of the Lord’s Supper, give, and study scriptures from the Bible. There are Bible study classes available for all ages.
Georgia Agape, Inc. is a faith-based, nationally accredited, not-for-profit, social services organization which has been providing services since 1970.
Agape is licensed as a “Child Placing Agency” by the Georgia Department of Human Resources and is accredited by COA (Counsel on Accreditation). We are supported by the Churches of Christ in Georgia, caring individuals, foundations and corporations. As a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, all donations not given in exchange for goods or services are tax deductible.
Georgia Agape is a multi-service agency motivated by a sincere desire to help those in need.
Raintree Village, located in Dasher GA, where godly men and women have committed themselves to establishing a Christian community where abuse, abandonment and neglect of children is replaced by healing, nurturing and love.
Raintree’s mission is of vital importance to our community and society; in Georgia alone, 30 children enter foster care every day. That’s over 10,000 children a year! Due to many reasons, one out of five of these children can’t be placed with foster families and it’s up to organizations like Raintree Village to care for them.
Rainbow Omega’s name means “hope in the end” and is derived from the Biblical references to the rainbow (which stands for hope) and Omega (the last letter of the Greek alphabet). The vision of the founders was to provide a sheltered community for adults with developmental disabilities and to provide parents an answer to the question “What will happen to my child when I can no longer provide care in my home?” One of our parents put it best when she said, “Rainbow Omega is an answer to a prayer that I didn’t know how to pray.”
Camp Inagehi is located on approximately 33 acres in Douglasville, GA, about 20 minutes west of Atlanta. It was founded as a place that boys and girls could go to learn about God in the midst of His creation while having fun in a Christian environment. The camp has been in existence since 1954, when it was called Atlanta Bible Camp.
We Also Support
- Robert Martin in the Pacific Island
- A Missionary in Dubai
- Wayne Parker in Pohnpei