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Artists Day

January 16, 2022

Our God creates, and so do we. This celebration day is to honor and connect with all the creatives in the Marietta community. There is an Art Show for what can be visually displayed, a reception, and a speaker who can connect our spirituality and the arts.

Ash Wednesday

March 2, 2022

On Ash Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m., we use ashes and communion to help us ponder our shortfalls and mortality, so as to lean on Jesus more fully. This begins Lent.


April 17, 2022

On Easter we rejoice in the resurrection of Christ, in the living Christ with us, and in the future resurrection of all Christ’s people. We use extra music in the worship on this day.

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Church Anniversary

April 17, 2022

As April 3, 1949, recedes into the past, this celebration day is to remember the situation in Marietta at that time and how God placed First Christian Church in that milieu. There is a potluck dinner on the grounds and a speaker who lifts us into purposeful living and spiritual legacy planning. This year's speaker will be Rev. Denise Bell, Regional Minister of the Georgia Region of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

Mothers Day

may 8, 2022

On Mothers Day we honor our mothers by remembering their gifts to us and our families. You can display a picture of your mother if she can’t be present.


June 5, 2022

On Pentecost we lean into the expectations of what the Holy Spirit will do with us individually and as a church.

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Fathers Day

June 12, 2022

This celebration day is to honor the fathers in and surrounding Marietta, and to highlight the blessing that God-fearing fathers are, not only to their immediate families, but also to the entire community. There is a speaker helping us ponder the high adventure of fathering, and there are Dad’s root beer barrels.

All Saints Day

October 30, 2022

On All Saints Day we remember those who have passed away during the past year. We call their names and ring the bells.

Veterans Day

November 6, 2022

Many of the attenders at First Christian Church are veterans. We make this day’s celebration available to all around us as a place to bring your veteran to be honored, regardless of date or place or branch of service. There is a Thanksgiving Dinner after worship.

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Christmas Musical Worship

December 11, 2022

Since Christmas music is beloved all over the world, First Christian Church creates a worship that focuses on Christ through the music of this season.

Christmas Eve

December 24, 2022

On Christmas Eve, at 5:00 p.m, we gather in a short and quiet worship with communion and candlelight, to light the last candle of Advent and to remember the reason for this joy.