The Connection Church is a multi-ethnic congregation centrally located between Jonesboro and Fayetteville Georgia. We recognize that we are in one of the greatest mission fields in all of Georgia and are being used by God to reap a harvest representative of all nations. God has brought the world to our doorsteps.
Our Purpose Statement:
The Connection Church is a God Centered, Christ Exalting, Spirit Led, body of believers who are devoted to the mission making disciples, locally and globally, who worship and glory God.
Year Founded: 1880
Average Attendance: 90
398 Corinth Rd
Jonesboro, GA 30238
Senior Pastor: Rev. Lance Sumner
, (678) 832-9260
Associate/Assistant Pastor: Rev. Dave Blile
, (770) 461-4456
Content last updated: 3/13/2018
- 09:45 am - Sunday School Connect Groups- All ages
- 11:00 am - Sunday Morning Worship - Contemporary Music; Expository Preaching
- 06:30 pm - Prayer and Bible Study: In depth and in touch Bible teaching
- 06:30 pm - Youth Service - 7th - 12th grades
- 06:30 pm - Children's MinistryJ.A.M - Jesus and Mek-6th grade
Kidmo Childrens Church
Kidmo is an exciting and engaging children's church ministry that takes place during our Sunday Morning Worship.
Weekly and Monthly ministry to nursing homes and shut ins.
Monthly and seasonal senior adult activities including outings, mission trips, and lots and lots of food and fellowship.
Engaging worship and Bible study held on Wednesday evenings. As well as Sunday School on Sunday mornings and youth driven ministry opportunities and activities.
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