Welcome to Alpharetta Presbyterian Church
APC has been a presence in downtown Alpharetta for over 30 years. We are a Christ-centered family of believers, committed to growing spiritually, worshiping joyfully, and sharing God’s love daily. We hope that you will visit us soon to experience our warmth and hospitality in person—all are welcome! If you have questions, we look forward to hearing from you:
- Please visit our Directions page which will help you find the right place to park and decide which entrance to use.
- Contact our church office at 770-751-0033 or . Office hours are Monday-Thursday, 9 am – 4 pm; Friday, 9 am – 1 pm.
- On Sunday mornings, look for our Welcome Desk in the downstairs hallway outside the sanctuary. There you will find property maps, brochures, and a friendly face waiting to help you and answer any questions.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s):
What are your worship times?
We are currently offering an 11:00 am sanctuary worship service each Sunday, with a 9:00 am service added as needed week-to-week. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Please visit our Sanctuary Worship page to make a reservation and to learn more about what to expect during a service. We also offer an online worship service each week via YouTube for those who are unable to attend in person. Links to those virtual services are posted weekly on our Online Worship page.
What is the dress code?
On any given Sunday at APC, you will see a blend of dressy and casual attire, with participants choosing clothing that is comfortable, yet respectful.
What do you offer for my kids on Sunday mornings?
Young ones are welcome at APC! We currently offer Sunday school for children and youth via Zoom at 9:00 am. For those who attend sanctuary worship with their families, we offer KinderWorship activities and playground time during our 11:00 am service. Our nursery remains closed for the time being due to Covid protocols. Stay tuned for updates. We have also temporarily suspended our Promise Class for individuals with specials needs. Please visit our Children and Youth pages to learn more.