Welcome to Impact Alpharetta/Milton. If you call Alpharetta or Milton home, we invite you to join us as we bring kingdom flourishing to our cities.


Pray

We believe that kingdom flourishing starts with prayer. Will you join us in praying for our neighbors and leaders in our cities? Use the prayer wall below to see and share specific prayers in our cities.


Opportunities To Engage

Here are some ways you can worship, belong, grow and bless in your cities.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Kids Hope Mentor Training

Kids Hope is Perimeter’s elementary school mentoring ministry between same mentor and same student, one hour/week, at school for year. Our Alpharetta schools are Creek View and Manning Oaks.

Meeting Instructions: Perimeter Church Conference Room C21

Time: Thu, Sep 23 | 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Host a Neighborhood Food Drive in October



Meeting Instructions: We are inviting our members in Alpharetta/Milton to consider hosting a food drive in their neighborhood to benefit North Fulton Community Charities. October 16 is Food Drive Saturday as Perimeter focuses on impacting our cities, but you can host one anytime during the month of October. All food donated will help provide food for families struggling in our city. For more information or to signup go to www.perimeter.org/fooddrive.

Time: Fri, Oct 1 - Sun, Oct 31


ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES

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Fully Furnished Ministries
Perimeter Church Ongoing
Serve with Fully Furnished Ministries in Alpharetta - Milton. Fully Furnished Ministries collects "gently" used donated home furnishings and gives it to families coming out of crisis situations. Volunteers are needed to move, clean, and restore furniture, as well as assemble gift baskets, perform warehouse maintenance, organize bedding for distribution, and administrative support.
Join the Prayer Team for East Milton
Perimeter Church Ongoing
After speaking with the Milton Police Department we realized that the people living on the eastern side of Milton are in the most need of help. Let's gather together to ask God what steps of faith and friendship He would have us take in this area.
North Fulton Community Charities: Volunteer
Perimeter Church Ongoing
Join a group of 6 volunteers who will serve one Saturday a month together from 9:30am- 1:00pm. Volunteers will work in the food pantry or thrift store, building community while serving together. This is a great opportunity to serve with other members, neighbors or a small group on a regular basis for just 3 ½ hours per month.
North Fulton Community Charities: Back to School
Perimeter Church Ongoing
Last year NFCC collected and distributed over 900 backpacks filled with school supplies to provide underserved children in our community with the tools they need to succeed during the school year. Help us exceed our goal from last year and donate pre-filled backpacks.

Stay Connected

Be sure to join our Alpharetta/Milton Facebook group to connect with others and keep up with the latest news and opportunities.


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"City Impact is God’s people united around kingdom causes, using their God-given gifts to bless where they live."

Jeff Norris, Lead Teacher and Directional Leader




Alpharetta/Milton Prayer Wall

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city assessment

It is easy to see that the Alpharetta and Milton communities are doing well financially. Demographic data, city center commercial real estate developments, high-priced residential real estate, expensive retail brands, and the busy lifestyle of residents are visible evidence of affluence. However, the pursuit of worldly affluence is not a guarantee of happiness or life satisfaction and can have negative consequences, including the lack of meaningful relationships. 

But also, although the number of our neighbors who have income levels below the poverty line is lower than the national average, the homeless are visible in our community. It is also clearly visible that our community is diverse with about 25% of Alpharetta residents having immigrated to the U.S. The Milton Police indicated that they often see neighbors in need on the eastern side of Milton in the vicinity of the intersection of Highway 9 and Deerfield Parkway. This area is also one of the most diverse areas of our community.

Perimeter Church members care about their neighbors. We want to provide care and assistance to the needs of all of our community. And most of all, we want them to know that lasting satisfaction only comes through a personal relationship with Jesus, and not from the pursuit of worldly success. We have noticed that many of their neighbors could benefit from deeper and more meaningful relationships which are not easy to build in our fast-paced lifestyle. 

For some individuals reading this, it may encourage you to get to know your immediate neighbors. For others, it might inspire you to use your time and talents in more direct opportunities to serve the community as a whole. Our prayer is that God will stir us to pray and care in deeper ways as we seek to further God’s kingdom where we live.

To view the full Assessment Report and the Ministry Plan, contact the team leadership below at impactsouthforsyth@perimeter.org.

city assessment

It is easy to see that the Alpharetta and Milton communities are doing well financially. Demographic data, city center commercial real estate developments, high-priced residential real estate, expensive retail brands, and the busy lifestyle of residents are visible evidence of affluence. However, the pursuit of worldly affluence is not a guarantee of happiness or life satisfaction and can have negative consequences, including the lack of meaningful relationships. 

But also, although the number of our neighbors who have income levels below the poverty line is lower than the national average, the homeless are visible in our community. It is also clearly visible that our community is diverse with about 25% of Alpharetta residents having immigrated to the U.S. The Milton Police indicated that they often see neighbors in need on the eastern side of Milton in the vicinity of the intersection of Highway 9 and Deerfield Parkway. This area is also one of the most diverse areas of our community.

Perimeter Church members care about their neighbors. We want to provide care and assistance to the needs of all of our community. And most of all, we want them to know that lasting satisfaction only comes through a personal relationship with Jesus, and not from the pursuit of worldly success. We have noticed that many of their neighbors could benefit from deeper and more meaningful relationships which are not easy to build in our fast-paced lifestyle. 

For some individuals reading this, it may encourage you to get to know your immediate neighbors. For others, it might inspire you to use your time and talents in more direct opportunities to serve the community as a whole. Our prayer is that God will stir us to pray and care in deeper ways as we seek to further God’s kingdom where we live.

To view the full Assessment Report and the Ministry Plan, contact the team leadership below at ImpactAlpharettaMilton@perimeter.org.



Impact Alpharetta/Milton Leaders

Convener: Joe Young

Shepherd:

Welcome Host: 

Men’s Discipleship: 

Women’s Discipleship: 

Community Outreach: Scott Harrison

Education: Gary Schubert

Student Families: 

Young Families: 

Women’s Ministry: 

Faith and Work:

Communications/IT: Larry Price

Shepherdess: 

Prayer Initiative Leader: Joe Young

At Large Member(s): Gary Young | Jeff Myers




Impact Alpharetta/Milton Leaders

Convener: Joe Young

Shepherd:

Welcome Host: 

Men’s Discipleship: 

Women’s Discipleship: 

Community Outreach: Scott Harrison

Education: Gary Schubert

Student Families: 

Young Families: 

Women’s Ministry: 

Faith and Work:

Communications/IT: Larry Price

Shepherdess: 

Prayer Initiative Leader: Joe Young

At Large Member(s): Gary Young | Jeff Myers




Join us in praying that God would use us to bring kingdom flourishing to our cities.