Review & Rating
Enjoyed the Toastmasters meeting held here
This is an amazing church where I find truth, love and fellowship with followers of Christ.
This church is a very nice place to praise God, seek God, and worship God. People here are all very kind, warm, caring, and loving.
This church is providing a wide range of service for people, including: wonderful Sunday sermons by Pastor Kevin, discovery classes of God's gospels, vacation bible study(VBS) for children every July, ESL classes, ESL conversation classes, summer carnival, and special service for Christian Festivals. This is the first church that I visited when I came to Atlanta, and I keep worshiping God in this church ever since then.
Great church, nice service, welcoming environment and friendly people. A traditional and yet vibrant place to worship God. We welcome you here.
Great visit every time. My impression is they have provided more than simply a religious institution. Sunday service is warm and welcoming. You can get in touch with various people from every generation. Local Americans, including young students, young families and also people from outside the US, such as international students and study fellows, PhDs, JDs, MDs and the likes. Quite a culturally inclusive place. People are very considerate, understanding and kind in here. BTW, not all of the grandparents are psychologically manipulated and abused in leading you to a church. Religion and religious rites are needed everywhere, and then we can save more money on building hospitals, rehabs and shelters.
My grandparents used to bring me to this church during the 90's. Typical religious institution. Filled with abused and psychologically manipulated people with personality disorder and the likes. The rest were typically uneducated and brought up during times of extreme hardship such as the great depression and world war two. The industrial revolution and rapid building of America also took its toll on families.The only thing they had left were magical thoughts of a better afterlife. History tells the tale of people fleeing England to escape the evolution of Christianity. Good thing is that education and science have made their children a lot more happy, functional, and successful. Id personally like to see First Alliance building turned into a drug rehab center, school, or shelter. Sadly, people still pouring money into keeping men and women singing, talking, and praying. Basically a bad investment for the true advancement of mankind. History tells no lies. For most, better money spent on a good doctor. Cheers.