St. Paul's Presbyterian Church 163 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA30308 Saint Paul's Presbyterian Church prides itself as a multi-cultural church in the heart of the Midtown Atlanta…More neighborhood. Services are held three times every Sunday, and the church offers Sunday school for adults and children as well as a youth group. Visit the website to learn about the variety of community groups offered by Saint Paul's.
North Avenue Presbyterian Church 607 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA30308 North Avenue Presbyterian Church is an Atlanta landmark. Located at the corner of North Avenue and Peachtree Street,…More it is in the heart of Atlanta's culturally diverse Midtown neighborhood. It offers worship services at various times on Sundays.
Peachtree Christian Church 1580 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA30309 Peachtree Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is located at the corners of Spring and Peachtree streets in Midtown.…More Services are held on Sunday mornings, but the Church offers a multitude of additonal services to members throughout the week, including child care, Bible study, and even fitness classes. There is a large playground for children that mimics the church's historic towers and ample parking with an entrance on Spring Street.
St. James Baptist Church 602 English Ave NW, Atlanta, GA30318 St. James Baptist Church is located on a residential street in the Bankhead area of Midtown. Despite its location in the…More city, the small building, with its red and white exterior, looks like an old-fashioned country church. The congregation meets weekly to worship, which is led by Rev. Andrew Carson.
Northwest Baptist 1150 Niles Ave NW, Atlanta, GA30318 Northwest Baptist is located in a beautiful quiet neighborhood a few miles from downtown Atlanta and has been in this…More west midtown community for more than 85 years. It is very enthusiastic about "restarting the old congregation" as it plans to expand services and host events and fundraisers in the future. The church offers Sunday School before Sunday Worship and a weekly prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings.
Mount Ephraim Baptist Church 1202 W Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA30318 Mount Ephraim Baptist Church, founded by Dr. R.L. White. Its sprawling location in Midtown features educational…More facilities, recreational areas, a library and a high-tech video system that broadcasts Dr. White's weekly sermons by TV and radio.
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church 422 Merritts Ave NE, Atlanta, GA30308 Mt. Sinai Baptist Church provides an intimate atmosphere for its congregation. The church is located on Merritts Ave.…More NE in Midtown, right next to Central Park. There is ample parking available, as well as shuttle service.
Central Parking System 1197 Peachtree St. N.E., Atlanta, GA30361 This is convenient parking for upper Midtown on Peachtree Street. You can get to the Arts Center from here easily, as…More well as the First Presbyterian Church, which is just across the street. Parking is underground and prices are competitive with what you'll pay anywhere along Peachtree Street.
Atlanta Community Food Bank 732 Joseph E Lowery Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA30318 The Atlanta Community Food Bank is inside of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Warehouse is West…More Atlanta. It was founded by Bill Bolling in 1979 and originally operated out of the basement of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Midtown. The food bank now provides food for more than 700 non-profit agencies. These agencies include food pantries, community kitchens, shelters, senior centers, and child care centers in Atlanta and other areas throughout North Georgia. It has an interactive website with helpful information about the various ways to donate and volunteer. Individuals and companies can make monetary donations online and walk-in food donations are accepted on-site during weekday hours. It also has volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups of up to 25 people. The Atlanta Community Food Bank sponsors and organizes events to raise money and awareness about hunger and nutrition. Information about the Hunger Walk/Run, Community Gardens, Kids in Need, and other annual community activities is posted on its website.
St. Luke Missionary is a modest house of worship and fellowship on Glen Iris. The church hosts a small…More congregation of 150, with traditional Sunday church services and ministry opportunities.
St. Luke aims to provide a place of refuge for the Old Fourth Ward community. Much of the area has changed its face, as Midtown has become a more popular area for mixed-use (business and residential) facilities. However, St. Luke has served this area for more than 50 years, seeing it through good and bad times, and it still stands.