SUNDAY
8:30 AM - Worship Service
10:00 AM - Worship Service
6:00 PM - Prayer Service

THURSDAY
7:00 PM - Small Groups

SATURDAY
10:00 AM - Community Outreach

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FAQs

FAQs


WHEN DOES THE MEETING START?

The conference begins Friday evening at 7 PM and will last through 9 PM; on Saturday, breakfast will be served between 8:15 and 9:00 AM, followed by several encouraging sessions and lunch.


HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO ATTEND?

The cost for registration is $25 through August 15 and may be paid online or by mail; registration after August 15 is $35.


ARE THERE HOTELS NEARBY WHERE WE COULD STAY?

Absolutely…. Comfort Inn and Suites of McDonough at Exit 218 (678.216.1900) and Courtyard by Marriott right on Mill Road at Exit 221 (678.902.9000) are favorites.


WILL THERE BE MEALS PROVIDED?

A Friday night dessert is served at the end of the evening, as well as breakfast and lunch on Saturday.


ARE TEENS WELCOME TO ATTEND?

Teens are definitely welcome and always love the ladies' conference; a special split session is provided for them as well.


WHOM COULD WE CONTACT REGARDING THE CONFERENCE?

Our pastor's wife, Trish McCoy, hosts the conference and would love to hear from you at 770.914.7388 or trish.mccoy@peoplesbaptist.com.


WILL THERE BE EXTRA SESSIONS?

A variety of special workshops from which to choose are included in the conference.


WILL YOU BE DOING THE SWAP SHOP THIS YEAR?

Yes, our trademark "Swap Shop" will be open, and ladies are invited to bring anything "house & home" this year to swap. Please, no swapping children or husbands. :)



Churches these days tend to err toward trendy. Malls are trendy; churches should feel timeless. With the forceful current of constant change sweeping over every part of our lives, people have the need to connect with something enduring and firm. We believe Christ designed the church to fulfill that need by representing an eternal kingdom and ageless truth with no need to imitate the culture. We want you to know that there's still a church that feels like a church. It's not old-fashioned, as in 50 years ago. It's timeless, as in 2000 years ago.