ATLANTA — Free Chapel continues to expand throughout the Southeast and will open a new location in Midtown Atlanta on Sunday, April 8th. The services will be held in a unique setting, at Center Stage Theater, 1374 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Pastor Jentezen Franklin will be preaching live from the Midtown campus.
Surrounded by several nearby universities, the goal for Free Chapel’s new church campus is to reach college students, new families moving into the community, and people from all demographics who don’t already have a church they can call home.
“Midtown Atlanta is home for so many wonderful people and it’s our vision to bring the joy of our church to the heart of this thriving community.” says Pastor Franklin. “We want this church to be a place where people from all walks of life feel entirely welcome and can experience arms wide open as if Jesus himself were standing there welcoming them. We are all praying that this church will be a blessing to our new neighbors in Midtown.”
Free Chapel’s other campuses throughout Georgia, South Carolina and California are actively engaged in wide-reaching ministry to prisoners, foster children, victims of human trafficking, and homeless women and children.
Every Sunday evening, the Midtown location will feature energetic and modern worship in a casual environment where everyone is welcome to come as they are. Messages will be relevant to life.
Childcare will be provided, from birth to Pre-K, where children will be taught age-appropriate lessons in a safe environment.
The grand opening service will be at 6PM on Sunday, April 8th. To get connected, check out freechapel.org/midtown for more information.
Jentezen Franklin is the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel, a multi campus church. Each week his television program Kingdom Connection is broadcast on major networks all over the world. A New York Times best-selling author, Jentezen has written eight books including the groundbreaking Fasting, Right People-Right Place-Right Plan and most recently, Love Like You’ve Never Been Hurt. Jentezen and his wife Cherise have been married 30 years, have five children and two grandchildren, and make their home in Gainesville, Georgia.