Our beloved pastor, who spent his whole life in dedication to the Lord, was honored not only by the state of Georgia but also by the city of Peachtree Corners. He was a man who lived an exemplary life following the footsteps of Jesus. He transformed cities and made a difference in so many lives all over the world. He was truly a man of God and a leader who led with unfailing honor. He loved abundantly and gave generously, all seventy-five years of his blessed life. The impact he made in this world is forever unwavering.
Pastor Fred Kelly will never be forgotten.
Friday Night Service:
6:30 AM Friday Morning Prayer Meeting
Wednesday Night Service Times:
7:00 PM – Adult Service in the Prayer Room
7:30 PM – Young Adult Service in the Education Building (Room 105)
7:00 PM – Reach Youth Ministry in the Education Building
7:00 PM – Kidztown Children's Ministry in the Education Building
Sunday Morning Service Times:
8:45 AM – Free Breakfast in the Godwin Hall
9:30 AM – Sunday School in the Godwin Hall
10:30 AM – Worship Service in the Main Sanctuary
10:30 AM – Kidztown in the Education Building
All of our upcoming events can be found on our Calendar or for more information you can either email us or you can call our office at (770) 449-5956.
UPCOMING EVENTS AT LANDMARK CHURCH
In Loving Memory Of Our Beloved Pastor Fred Kelly
September 30, 2018 at 10:30am
Pastor Jack Kelly is the incredible and much loved son of our Pastors, Fred and Jeanette Kelly. Jack was the worship leader here at Landmark Church for many years before moving to Los Angeles to earn a Master of Divinity degree at Fuller Seminary. Jack has remained in ministry in Los Angeles, but we are always happy to welcome him to minister to us at the Landmark Church in Peachtree Corners.
NIGHT OF AWARENESS
On October 11th, 2018 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Spearheaded by Bridges PC with the support of Landmark Church, Street Grace and Perimeter Church’s Justice Team, we will be discussing the issues of human trafficking, primarily in our Peachtree Corners, and what efforts and steps we can take to end it. Partnering with our churches, law enforcement, organizations, and city, we ask that you join us in finding ways to combat this issue. There will be an open forum to discuss any ideas you have to bring, as well as opportunities to get involved in varying ways moving forward.
If you are interested in being a part of this Night of Awareness, or have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact Joe Sawyer.