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Welcome to Perimeter
We are pleased that you have chosen to visit our web site and we hope you will come and visit us in person as well. As you explore our site you'll notice that we have a lot to offer the families and individuals in our community, including things for children of all ages as well as adults, no matter what their age or stage of life (single, married, divorced, widowed, whatever). Perimeter is a truly a come as you are church. It's a safe place to explore the truths of Christianity and it's a great place to experience growth and community.
Our services feature a blend of traditional hymns with contemporary praise songs, and will often feature drama, personal testimonies, and dance - providing a dynamic and impacting time of worship. We were all created to worship and at Perimeter Church our desire is to help you worship well.
Sunday: 9:00 AM (Sanctuary)
Sunday: 10:45 AM (Sanctuary)
Childcare - 0-5 yrs old (Pre-Kindergarten)Sunday: 9:00 & 10:45 AM
Add'l Ministries > Women > Women's Ministry > Women's Ministry Blog
It's January, the time for fresh starts and new year resolutions. Considering our ministry theme, First, I'm wondering how I should think differently about the start of this new year from previous ones.
If God is first for me, how does that change my resolutions? When... |MORE|
I marvel that God chose me to serve Ben and Effie Jackson.
Through the discipleship ministry I learned they needed volunteers to sit with Ben during the day, due to a challenging health issue he was experiencing. I gladly signed up for one afternoon per week.
During this time, Ben and I... |MORE|
What does First mean for Advent?
Our ministry theme right now is First, a focus on how we put God first in our daily lives.
We’ve been considering how the many voices and commitments in our lives compete for our attention and can leave us feeling... |MORE|
My husband and I were both born and raised here in Atlanta, so we have a lot of family in close proximity. Which means our holiday season is busy. There are multiple family get-togethers, work dinners, and school functions. There are cookie parties, concerts, and gift exchanges. ... |MORE|
God called our family to foster. It started as most callings do, as small nudges. The first nudge was when I discovered my heart for children during my years substitute teaching. I never knew poverty up close until working in an inner city school system in Kentucky. I noticed the most vulnerable... |MORE|
"Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee" was inspired by the beauty of God’s creation, specifically the mountains in Berkshire, Massachusetts. The writer, Henry Van Dyke, wrote this in the bleak days prior to World War One, so, this joy is not absent of hardship and impending... |MORE|
In the new year, I like to come up with a word instead of a resolution. This word usually involves an area of struggle in my walk with the Lord. This year, my word has been freedom. I’ve specifically focused on freedom from fear.
Even though I am a child of God, I... |MORE|
I’ve loved being a full time stay-at-home mom for the past seven years, but as I signed up my youngest son for school, I felt it was time for me to do something new.
I was drawn to non-profit work, however none of the organizations and opportunities I found fit what I could... |MORE|
Esther is one of my favorite wonder women of Scripture. When you think about what she did in light of the fact that it could have killed her, I would dare say that she is one of the bravest women in history. Here's a quick story recap, in case you need it. Esther was a Jew.... |MORE|
My husband, Dave, and I live in a townhome community and we wanted to reach out to our neighbors. We began praying for the residents by name on a regular basis. We found out the unit number for each family and often prayer-walked the neighborhood. Soon, we started seeing fruit.
I opened the door of the darkened room and flopped onto the upholstered rocker with an audible, "huff." I was weary and consumed with the burdens of my heart. Grief felt hard and
I really wanted my daughter to sit still, listen to the story, and fall asleep. I wanted to close my eyes and rest... |MORE|
When we moved to our neighborhood, we knew we wanted to build relationships with our neighbors. The Holy Spirit kept prompting us that the 4th of July was the time that we
needed to reach out. Two days before the 4th, I finally gave in and printed simple invites and our family walked the... |MORE|
One night in the Fall of 2016, I approached the church to meet with a group of women for the first time. I had only met one of the women before and the rest were new faces. My stomach was in knots and my palms were sweating. For many years I thought I had ‘it’ under control and that... |MORE|
What do you do when life as you know it falls apart? When all of your dreams for the future change in an instant? That is what happened to me in the Fall of 2014. I had 3 young girls - 5, 3, and not yet 1 and had just been handed a diagnosis of an incurable blood cancer called Multiple... |MORE|
Someone wrote, “When I knew nothing of God, I was indifferent to Him; When I knew a little of Him, I mistrusted and complained of Him. When I knew much of God, I trusted Him and loved Him.”
I have been blessed to grow up in a Christian home and know God from a young... |MORE|
I hate waiting, I've never been good at it, and I've had lots of practice over the years. It seems I was in a constant form of waiting over the 16 years that my husband Tom battled stage 4 colon cancer. He underwent 29 major surgeries, 5 different protocols of chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy and countless forms of other treatment as we traveled all over the country for care, before he passed away in 2012. It seems we were always anxiously awaiting news on countless scans or tests. So, you would think I would be a pro by now.. |MORE|
In the window sill over my kitchen sink, sits a cross with my life verse chiseled into the ceramic face. Hanging on this cross with a delicate ribbon is the word HOPE, in big bold letters. Many times I have physically lifted that word of HOPE off the cross and placed it into my hand - literally... |MORE|
My name is Alyson, and I have trust issues. But how can it be that I have trust issues with Jesus, the Divine Lover of my soul, the One who loves me perfectly?
Though I realized my desire for control and subsequent lack thereof long ago, God used a defining moment in my... |MORE|
"Am I alone?" It's a question many of us ask, especially when we walk through loss. Loss of any kind can be isolating. In all of our stories, God has brought beauty from ashes, reminding us that He is near and that we are not alone. Many of you probably have your own stories of... |MORE|
I've learned this past year that...to receive the blessings of God, the promises of God, the Word of God, the confidence of God, the peace, the joy, and the steady heartbeat of simply being loved by Love Himself...
I must open my clinched fists of control.
So that, open-palmed, I... |MORE|
On a fall Saturday in 2008, I found myself sitting at my kitchen tab le surrounded by family photos, construction paper, a glue stick and some of those delightful little scissors that cut scalloped edges. Yes, you guessed it! Scrapbooking, old school style! The occasion was a... |MORE|
The theme for Perimeter's Women's Ministry for 2016-17 is Trust. Some of you may be asking: do we really need a blog on trusting God? The topic seems so broad and maybe a little basic. But hang with me because trusting God is like putting down all those burdens you are carrying in your... |MORE|