Connecting Hour Opportunities, Sunday 9:30 AM
Sunday Morning Groups; Meet at 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Groups meet most Sundays and are organized primarily according to age and stage of life. It's an easy way to make connections at Intown without making a big time commitment.
MOSAIC:Who are we? A Mosaic is a design composed of small pieces of different colored glass, stone, etc. We are a diverse group of people who share a common desire for community.What do we do? Our time together consists of sharing our lives with each other, praying for one another, and discussing our questions and understandings of the current sermon topic. Why do we meet? Our community gathers to see who God is, what He is up to in our lives, and how we can be a source of support and encouragement for each other as well as for those we meet. Where can you find us? 3rd floor, room 301
YOUNG ADULTSWho are we?: A community for those who are single and either at work or in college.What do we do? We engage with each other on issues that affect our generation. The format could either be teaching or discussion or a combination of the twoWhy do we meet? To meet the needs of the next generation of believers and church leaders and also to seek to draw others who are seeking answers to life's questions.Where can you find us: We meet in Room 201 just opposite the Welcome Center at 9:30 am on Sundays. We have light refreshments.
YOUNG COUPLES:Who are we? Young: a flexible adjective for those of us out of college, working at home or out, sort of Gen X and Y. Couples: dating or engaged as well as married couples with or without kids.What do we do? We engage with God's Word and each other in an intentional way. Our teaching addresses topics such as character (What do we want to BE?), wisdom with God’s gifts (What do we want to be able to DO?), and knowledge and understanding (What do we want to KNOW?). You can also expect plenty of opportunities to socialize and serve: parties, trivia nights, neighborhood concerts, and more…Why do we meet? We desire to help couples connect at Intown, to provide a "landing place" for those new to Atlanta, and to form small groups--all to grow in faith.Where can you find us? 3rd floor, room 303
GOT KIDS:Who are we? As a parent, do you sometimes miss having conversations with other adults? "Got Kids" is a fellowship for anyone with children from infancy to elementary age. Please join us as we enjoy fellowship among people with shared life experiences. We hope Got Kids can be a sanctuary from the hectic lifestyle that young families endure.What do we do? In addition to our Sunday morning fellowship, we have regular family-friendly events as well as some child-less socials. We would love for you to join us. We hope that Got Kids may also lead you to find and connect with a small group.Why do we meet? Got Kids values life experienced in community. Regardless of our differences, there are common operations taking place among and within us through the Holy Spirit and gospel of Jesus Christ.Where can you find us? Main floor, room 217
REA:Who are we? The word "rea" is the Hebrew word for friend or neighbor. Rea at Intown is a welcoming community of friends, mostly parents of elementary, middle and high-school children, who meet to support one another during this adventurous time in our lives.What do we do? Rea meets on Sunday mornings to explore and discuss God's Word and how it impacts our lives. We also meet outside of church to eat, to play, to laugh, and to cry as we rejoice together in the lives God has given us.Why do we meet? The people of Rea meet to encourage each other through hard times, to celebrate with each other in good times, and to enjoy donuts, coffee, and grown-up conversation on a Sunday morning while our kids are somewhere else in the building. Where can you find us? Main floor, rooms 205-207
TAPESTRY:Who are we? We are a diverse group of people being woven together to create a picture of God's work in our lives. We see not only the glorious view as it evolves, but also the work that goes on behind the scenes in one another's lives. And this connection with one another is a good and beautiful aspect of God’s creation. What do we do? We laugh, talk, study, pray, engage, listen, love and drink coffee. Sometimes we laugh twice. Why do we meet? Um, refreshments, mostly. Where can you find us? Main floor, room 213
INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY (IFC):Who are we? Internationals from all over the world come to the U.S. to study, work, or begin a new life. IFC includes these internationals as well as Americans who wish to make them feel welcome. What do we do? We learn about each other, appreciate each other's similarities and differences, interact in small groups, worship together, share meals together, and serve one another. We also have an opportunity to learn and ask questions about God, the Bible, and faith in a warm and friendly context.Why do we meet? As Christians, we welcome those who come to America. We want them to feel comfortable, make American friends, have help in navigating the details of life in a new culture and country, and have a relaxed place to hear about Christianity and ask questions. Plus, interacting with people from different cultures is fun!Where can you find us? Main floor, rooms 204-206
These groups meet at different times over the course of a year, and focus on a specific topic of interest. Past offerings have included a C.S. Lewis book study, an overview of the gopsel and world religions, an interactive study of current films, a book of the Bible, and a study of Bach's music in light of the gospel of Matthew. Intown's many gifted teachers from different disciplines provide their insight into many interesting topics.
Often we connect most easily with others who share our interests. This is the purpose of Affinity Groups - to provide opportunities for Intown people to meet others in a range of ages and stages of life who share their interests. Some Affinity Groups meet regularly, while others gather for specfic events throughout the year.
Hiking Community - see the events page for upcoming hikes
Intown Parents in Public Schools
Music and the Arts