Become a Member

(To learn more information about each step, click on the title)

  • Membership Class

    The next Membership Class will be held in the first quarter of 2020. Please check back this fall for the next dates.

  • Elder Membership Appointment

    This is the final stage of membership process. As you meet with a couple of shepherding-elders regarding your membership, please feel free to ask any questions you may still have.


    Your profile needs to be received two weeks before your meeting with the elders. Questions? Need an appointment time? Call the Membership Assistant at the church - 678.405.2241.

  • Already a Member?

    Find out what your next steps are.


    As a Member, you will want to be sure to get connected to your Shepherding Elder and the Community Groups in your area.


    It is our desire that you are growing and being equipped so that you can be deplyed as a follower of Christ for the sake of family, community and global transformation.


    Take advantage of the opportunities listed in the top navigation bar - find out information about equipping/spiritual growth, serving, fellowship, worship, children & students, outreach & volunteer, as well as events and additional ministries.

Church Membership

At Perimeter Church, we recognize the need for formal membership. We believe formal membership in a local church is important for four reasons.



Christ is committed to the church. Ephesians 5:25 states, "Christ loved the church, and gave His life for her." Membership in a local church is an important step in demonstrating our commitment to Christ.



We live in an age where very few want to be committed to anything ... a job, a marriage or family. This attitude has produced a generation of "church hoppers and shoppers." Membership swims against the current of America's consumer mentality and is an antidote to society. Membership sets us apart from the culture, allowing us to preserve our distinctive Christian beliefs and values.



Membership identifies our community and family. It defines who can be entrusted with positions of leadership within the church.



Membership produces spiritual growth. The New Testament places a major emphasis on the need for Christians to be accountable to each other for spiritual growth. A person cannot be accountable when they are not committed to any specific church family.  We desire to belong to the body of Christ, to connect and grow together, to be a part of God's bigger plan for our lives.


As you visit our church, we pray that you will consider all the benefits and privileges of membership to a local community of believers. Our prayer is that you will join us in our commitment to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.