Authentically Christian: We believe faith is lived out in response to God’s gracious actions towards us, manifested in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. We are at our best when we are loving, gracious, and hospitable to one and all, regardless of circumstance.
Authentically Wesleyan: We believe faith is a continuous journey fed by study and service. We were made with keen minds and warm hearts. Why ignore one over the other?
Authentically Intown: This is our neighborhood, and we are here to gather and serve. Intown Atlanta is a vibrant, colorful place, and though our members are from all over town, we are proud to call this corner home.
Music, theater, painting, dance, pottery, drawing, woodworking…
We believe that something wonderful is expressed through the arts—a hint of God’s creativity that exists in each of us. That’s why we celebrate and seek to cultivate expressions of the arts in our community.
We believe that faith is lived out in its fullest when we are doing the kind of things Jesus did.
Today, that looks like advocating and working towards ending hunger, poverty, and homelessness. It takes the shape of a fair and just society where all can grow, learn, work, live, and thrive. It means always keeping the doors open, welcoming any into the community of faith regardless of ethnicity, race, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or where they are on their faith journey.