We are a neighborhood church with a traditional worship style enhanced by music and the beauty of the sanctuary. In the summer months our worship style is a bit more casual. We may slip in a few more contemporary songs, you’ll catch us more casually dressed, and we’ll even serve you lemonade after the service.
Communion is offered the first Sunday of each month. All those present are welcomed to partake if they wish. Gluten-free crackers are available for those with food allergies.
Visitors are welcome at all times, at any service, any dinner, any class. If you wish to join our family, please call the front office.
If you need a special hearing device or any assistance, please alert one of the ushers.
Children are always welcome to worship with us, no matter how wiggly they can be! But if you prefer, a nursery and several children’s activities are available. Each Sunday during the 10:55 a.m. worship service, children are called to gather in front of the altar to hear about the day’s scripture (on a children’s level of understanding). After the Children’s Moments, children ages three to pre-first are invited to immediately join Extended Session in the Fellowship Hall. Extended session provides a children’s lesson, supervised play and a light snack.
Nursery care is open for all worship services for all children infant until three years old. The childcare team at St. James are paid, trained care providers.
The Table Atlanta is an inclusive community where modern worship meets modern life. Together, we are committed to building authentic relationships – with God, with each other, and with our neighbors – so we can make a difference in the world.
The atmosphere at The Table is relaxed and casual, and we hope you will find it to be welcoming and friendly environment as soon as you arrive on campus. Join us a few minutes early for coffee, snacks, and a chat with neighbors and new friends.
Our worship is modern, creative, and rooted in our community. We believe that worship is something that we all do together – from joining our voices to sing, to creating artistic expressions of our prayer. We take seriously the idea that how we worship shapes how we live. So, we strive to create a place where all people can not only participate fully, but be transformed by God’s love, and learn to put that love into action.
When you worship at The Table, expect find an experience that will engage your eyes, ears, hands, heart, and mind.
Learn more about what to expect at The Table here.