We are a people committed to a lifestyle of faithful worship. Join us as we gather together at 9:00 and 10:45 AM on Sundays on our campus and online.
9500 Medlock Bridge Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30097
We want everyone to feel welcome, wanted, noticed, and needed. Discover a place to belong at Perimeter Church and with others in your city.
We are devoted to becoming mature and equipped followers of Jesus as our hearts and minds are renewed through His Word, growing together toward Christ.
Gathered & Scattered
City Impact is a church-wide effort to pursue our purpose and accomplish our vision and mission by living out our values in our homes, neighborhoods, communities, and cities. We call this kingdom flourishing.
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Kick off our year 45 celebration weekend at this night of fun for the entire family. There will be food trucks, inflatables, music, and fireworks.
Celebrate Perimeter’s 45 years in both services. Founding Pastor Randy Pope will be our teacher. Services will be followed by the Year 45 Family Picnic on the Lawn.
Join with pastors, leaders and believers November 11 - 12 as Perimeter hosts a Reformation Fellowship conference, The Gospel: Our Hope, Our Banner.Learn More
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Bread of Life
Norris & Chip
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Be welcomed, wanted, noticed, and needed.
Perimeter Church is a community of people being transformed by the power of the gospel of Jesus. Our desire is to see all people live in right relationship with God, self, others, and the world, and to experience the fullness of life only found in Jesus and His kingdom. We would love for you to join us as we attempt something so great for God that it is doomed to failure unless God be in it.
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