About Classic City Church
Classic City Church began as a Sunday evening Bible study in September of 2007. By the end of the year, a team of 30 people gathered to build a vibrant church in a great city. During its first 8 years, Classic City outgrew four different venues before beginning services at Piedmont College in September of 2016.
Our culture is skeptical of Christianity—understandably so. Often Christians respond to this perceived threat by retreating into protective confines. Our heart is to do the opposite. We desire to engage skeptical minds in credible dialogue, answer cynical objections by serving the broken, and address the moral inconsistencies in our own lives before condemning our culture.
We offer several opportunities for spiritual growth—Bible studies, ministry to men and women, prayer meetings, and community outreaches. Our youth and children’s ministries are led by experienced full-time leaders who have a heart to see young people thrive spiritually. This, coupled with a strong presence of college students, has made our church an affirming environment for parents raising children to follow Christ.
SIGN UP FOR WOMEN'S WEEKEND!
We joyfully invite you to join the women of Classic City Church at our Weekend In-Town Retreat. As we gather to intentionally consecrate and set apart our lives for a sacred purpose, we believe that our souls will experience true healing through the love and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ! Women's weekend will take place on February 10th and 11th.
Friday, February 10th : 7PM - 9:30PM
Saturday, February 11th: 9AM - 5PM
Where: The Tin Roof, 920 Baxter Street
CHURCH beGINS at 10:30 in the Sanctuary of Piedmont College located at 595 Prince Avenue
WHAT TO EXPECT
A typical service begins promptly at 10:30am and ends around 11:45am. Come dressed in whatever is comfortable for you. Sport coats or jeans are both appropriate. We usually sing three worship songs together before hearing the message. We close by singing three worship songs during communion.
We celebrate communion in each of our worship services as a tangible reminder of Christ's sacrifice for us. The participation in this sacrament is open to all who follow Jesus Christ. The word sacrament means “sacred moment” and we hope that during this closing part of our service we will experience God’s presence in a special way.