our latest service blogs
From Gene Lewis, head of Intown Food Pantry: I have just finished imputing the data for pantry for...
On December 16, we take up our Joy Offering, which goes to help church workers make ends meet...
On December 16, help spread joy with PCUSA's Christmas Joy offering. This offering supports PCUSA's racial ethnic schools and...
come serve with us!
Prepare/serve meals--sign up on the bulletin board near Parlor, or contact Margaret Ross
Give generously to our special offering for Journey--see our annual special offerings.
For 30 years, Journey (formerly known as the Druid Hills Night Shelter) has lived its passion to help Metro Atlanta men move from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Journey remains focused and committed to its mission to encourage, empower and establish men who have experienced homelessness on their journey to self-reliance through employment, education, housing and counseling. Journey has transitioned from a seasonal shelter with modest services to a year round shelter focused on employment and education. Journey seeks to meet the essential needs of its residents. In this effort we offer food, shelter, clothing and support to help them cope with life’s many challenges.
spend your Sunday mornings with us
9:30 spiritual formation (kids' classes break from May to September; adults' classes are year-round)
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church calls everyone into Christian community, to explore God’s purpose for our lives, to celebrate God’s work in the world, and to serve the needs of our neighbors.