Tyrone First Christian Church
We are First Christian Church of Tyrone, Georgia, and part of a movement of churches seeking Christian unity by means of New Testament truth, believing this to be God’s designated means to reaching the world for Jesus Christ. This movement of churches is referred to as the Restoration Movement, as we attempt to restore to the church unity in truth, thereby restoring to the church God’s purpose and plan for proclaiming Jesus Christ to the world. We do not wish to form another denomination, division, or sect of the church; rather, we call for all believers to set aside denominational ties and seek devotion solely to Jesus Christ and His church as set forth in the New Testament. We choose to wear only the name “Christian,” finding no authority in any man-made creed, document, or statement; rather we hold uncompromisingly to the truths of Scripture as our only authority for faith and practice; speaking boldly where Scriptures speak, and allowing liberty where the Scriptures are silent.  Presently we follow a traditional style of worship, using a piano and organ music. Salvation Christians Believe Salvation Is Through Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God – The Bible states that in order to attain salvation – to be justified, sanctified and glorified by God – believers must put their trust and faith in Jesus Christ as the Messiah.  The Bible warns that “false prophets” and “ungodly” men will attempt to lead believers and unbelievers astray. Our History This church was first organized in August of 1900 under a makeshift brush arbor in College Park near the current MARTA transit station. In 1966, because of expansion of the airport, the congregation moved its facilities to Old National Highway in South Fulton County. In 1994, the congregation moved to its current location in Tyrone in order to be more accessible to its membership. A HEART FOR MINISTRY First Christian Church is committed to the biblical idea that every believer is called by God to serve His Kingdom.  As Jesus said of Himself, we are called to serve, not to be served.  In that spirit, we believe that every member of our congregation should seek to: Worship Regularly:  The early church met on the first day of the week and we are committed to that idea as an essential part of our spiritual growth. Our service begins at 10:30 each Sunday morning.   Serve Eagerly:  Christians are called to be servants of Christ as we minister to one another and to the world about us.  Each year FCC serves its community by inviting them to our Easter Egg Hunt, Vacation Bible School, and Trunk or Treat.    Give Generously: All that is in this world belongs to God and He has graciously allowed us to be good stewards. FCC allows schools, scouts, and other organizations to use our beautiful facilities. Beyond the city limits of Tyrone, FCC donates to many county, state, and world-wide ministries such Christian City,  CCF-Auburn, CCF-GSU, CCF-GaTech, CCF-UGA, CMF International, and many more missions around America and the world.   Live a Worthy Life:  It is an awesome thing to use the name of Christ to describe who we are.  While we recognize that we will never truly be worthy of that name, we are called to live in a way that is befitting the use of His name to describe us.   IN SUMMARY First Christian Church Tyrone has worshiped, served, given, and lived in Tyrone since 1994. We’re extremely proud to call Tyrone “home.” If you are looking for a “home” where you can worship, serve, give, and live, in a way that honors our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, we welcome you to be a part of our church that has a heart for ministry.
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