Fellowship activities nurture and strenghten our community of faith. From large annual events to small group dinners, APC members enjoy coming together for fun, fellowship and spiritual growth.

4th Sunday Lunches

Join on the 4th Sunday of the month, September through April for lunch from 12 - 1:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. These fellowship lunches offer an opportunity for our church family to enjoy a monthly meal and conversation together.

Sunday Morning Breakfast

Every Sunday morning from 8-10 am APC provides “the best breakfast in town.” Teams of APC men cook, serve and even do the dishes. Volunteers are always welcome! Enjoy a full warm breakfast buffet in our Fellowship Hall. Cost: $5 (ages 10+), $4 (ages 4-9), $2 (3 and under). For more information or to volunteer for the cook or clean-up teams, contact Ted Lynam.

S.T.A.R.S. (Seniors Travel Art Recreation Social)

This active seniors' group stays busy visiting museums, attending concerts and touring local sites of interest. It also supports local charities. Anyone is welcome to attend its potluck lunch meetings which are currently held on the second Wednesday of each month at noon in our fellowship hall. For more information, contact Jim Kennedy.

Young Adult Ministry

The Young Adult Ministry at APC provides a place for adults in their 20s and 30s to explore and live out their Christian faith in community. We seek to deepen our faith through learning, service and fellowship. Young Adults aim to meet monthly, and communicate through an email group. If you’d like to be added to the email list, or want more information, please contact Caitlin Phillips.

Young Parents Gatherings

Parents are invited to gather with their little ones at a local playground or park to enjoy play time and fellowship. Contact Deanna Womack


Preparing to send children to college and adjusting to new life rhythms after they are gone can be a big transition. 'Transitions' is designed for parents going through this stage. The group meets monthly for fun social events around town and in each other's home. It's a relaxing time for sharing experiences and enjoying each other's company. To sign up, contact Lisa Gould or Lisa McKemey.

ACT1 Theater

Our award-winning theater group provides wholesome entertainment and recreation for our community as auditions and behind-the-scenes positions are open to all. ACT1 typically offers three main stage shows per year in addition to several smaller productions. Visit ACT1 for details on upcoming productions and to reserve tickets.

Supper Six

Here is your chance to really get to know more APC members! Supper Six is a dinner program where three couples meet on a monthly basis in a casual environment for brunch, lunch or dinner. A rotating schedule is designed to allow you to meet new people each month. Great for new members and long-time members as well. Register by contacting coordinator Dot VanDyke.

APC Book Club

Calling all readers! The APC Book Club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. All are welcome....bring a friend! Even if you have not read or finished the book, join in the lively discussions. Coordinator is Judi McPherson.


January 10:  "An Invisible Thread" by Laura Schroff
February 7:  "Being Mortal" by Atul Gawande
March 14: "Under the Wide and Starry Sky" by Nancy Horan
April 11: "The Johnstown Flood" by David McCullough
May 9: "A Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Backman
June 13: "Outliers" by Malcolm Gladwell
August 8: "Alexander Hamilton" by Ron Chernow
September 12: "A Southern Girl" by John Warley
October 10: "Last Light" by Terri Blackstock
November 14: "News of the World" by Paulette Jiles
December 12:  Christmas Party / Book Swap

APC Men's Softball Team

February kicked off a new 2016 season for APC's men's softball team in the Alpharetta City League. Roster spots are open and we welcome any males 18 or older to join us! Games are held on Monday or Wednesday nights at North Park fields. Cost to join the team is $40 for Alpharetta residents, $65 for non-residents. Contact the church office, 770-751-0033.