AT HAYGOOD MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Haygood is nestled in the heart of the vibrant Morningside neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. We are here to help you become a disciple of Jesus and flourish in this warm and inclusive faith community. No matter where you are on your faith journey, at Haygood there’s a place for you.

God is love, and those who abide in love abide in God.
— I John 4:16

WHEN WE WORSHIP

We worship at 11 a.m. Our worship expresses a living tradition that incorporates hymns, children’s messages, preaching and choirs.

WHERE TO FIND US

1015 East Rock Springs Rd. NE

Atlanta, Georgia 30306


New Sermon Series: Radical Hospitality. August 11th-25th!

Jesus taught his disciples to welcome the stranger (Matthew 25:35). In welcoming the stranger in our midst, we are welcoming him. Learn how we might be radical in our welcome of others. Hospitality is how we can help our world overcome the estrangement so many people feel between themselves, others and God. As students go back to school and people move into the neighborhood, there will opportunities for all of us to extend signs of welcome.

Jesus taught his disciples to welcome the stranger (Matthew 25:35). In welcoming the stranger in our midst, we are welcoming him. Learn how we might be radical in our welcome of others. Hospitality is how we can help our world overcome the estrangement so many people feel between themselves, others and God. As students go back to school and people move into the neighborhood, there will opportunities for all of us to extend signs of welcome.


Youth Messy Games Day

Saturday, August 24th (6th-12th grades)

noon-2pm

Bring a friend (and change of clothes!)


New Family Learning Experiences

Designed with parents and children in mind

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Rise Against Hunger

Save the date: September 8, 2019 10 a.m.

Help us pack 20,000 meals

This is possible!

Fall (New) Groups

Learn more about our upcoming groups and Studies

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might.
— Deuteronomy 6:5