There’s never been a better time to check out church. 




For over 85 years, we’ve been a church passionate about helping families in our city — 
and in cities around the world — flourish as they experience life in Christ.



Paul’s letter to the Colossians is part encouragement; part challenge. Paul encourages the believers there by celebrating their growth in grace, while at the same time challenging them to press further into Jesus.

While the believers there had been resolute in their proclamation of the Gospel, they were now facing increased pressure to capitulate and adapt the message of the Gospel to their culture. 

What the enemy can’t defeat he aims to dilute. A culturally-adapted gospel is no Gospel at all. As followers of Christ, we’re not called to adapt the Gospel to our culture, we’re commanded to adapt our lives to the Gospel

And that’s Paul’s purpose in this letter; to magnify Jesus Christ as both utterly supreme and utterly sufficient — the King who’s authority and ability extends to every part of our existence.


I have come so that they may have life and have it in abundance.

JESUS in John 10:10 




Every week, people just like YOU decide to visit The Grove for the first time. Whether you’ve driven by for years or you’re just now moving to town, we’d love for you to spend a Sunday with us here at The Grove.



Some people like to wear a suit, others come in shorts. Either way, come in what’s comfortable to you!


We believe true flourishing can only be found in Jesus. A more robust overview of our doctrine can be found here.

YES! GroveKids is our safe, fun, age-appropriate environment for children (6 months - 5th grade).


Our gatherings last approximately 1:20 and include times of corporate singing, prayer, Bible teaching and giving.

Our gathering begins at 11AM, but feel free to come early for a freshly brewed cup of Stumptown Coffee.


Welcome To Church, a gathering where you can learn all about the history, vision and values of The Grove Church.


Meet Our Pastor

Pastor Dallas White and his wife Amanda have spent most of their lives here in northwest Atlanta. They are passionate about helping people discover the joy of knowing Jesus and joining Him in His mission of making disciples.

Today, they live just a few miles from The Grove with their four boys — Judah, Cooper, Braden & Ethan. Most of their time is spent chasing their boys or traveling to and from football practice. Pastor Dallas also serves as the Chaplain for the North Cobb High School football team and as a coach in the community.