Membership data for religious denominations and bodies in Clarke County.
Clarke County Churches
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AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
CHRISTIAN TEMPLE ASSEMBLY CHURCH OF GOD
CHURCH OF CHRIST
CHURCH OF GOD
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
LATTER DAY SAINTS
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
UNIVERSAL FELLOWSHIP OF METROPOLITAN CHURCHES
InterFaith Cultural Organization Of Athens
A non-profit, multi-cultural, faith based organization dedicated to finding & celebrating the common ties that bind us and to fostering understanding, tolerance, respect, and love towards our fellow human beings by sharing cultures and spiritual traditions of the world's sacred religions.
Athens Christian Women's Connection
"A non-denominational ministry with a heart for women to know God and grow in relationship to Him."
North Georgia United Methodist Conference
A regional body of United Methodist Church comprised of 12 districts in north Georgia including Athens.
Northeast Georgia Presbytery
A Presbytery headquartered in Athens consisting of 58 churches located in northeastern Georgia.
Sarepta Baptist Association
An association of over 70 churches and missions located in Clarke, Jackson, Madison, and Oglethorpe counties in Northeast Georgia.
Young Life Greater Athens
A Christian ministry that reaches out to middle school, high school, and college-aged kids.
Action Ministries - Athens
A faith-based organization whose mission is to mobilize Clarke County communities to address the challenges of poverty by focusing on hunger relief, housing, and education.
The Ark United Ministry Outreach Center serves as an extension of the religious communities of the Athens-Clarke County area by responding to neighbors who need material and personal support. Provides financial assistance to individuals and families in crisis for basic needs such as rent, utilities and prescription medicine.
Athens Area Habitat for Humanity
An ecumenical Christian-based housing organization that brings families and communities in need together with volunteers and resources to build safe, decent, affordable housing. Dedicated to eliminating substandard housing through constructing, rehabilitating, and preserving homes
Athens Pregnancy Center
A Christian non-profit organization that provides faith-based support & counseling to anyone facing the challenge of unintended pregnancy.
Bethany in Athens
As a worldwide and community leader in adoption and family services, Bethany Christian Services reaches out to children who are alone or vulnerable to provide foster care and family counseling.
Bigger Vision Community Shelter
A community emergency shelter that provides the individual who is temporarily homeless a warm, dry place to sleep and a hot meal each night, at no cost, on a first-come, first-served basis. Offers homeless individuals a setting where they can address the issues which caused their homelessness and find the help they need when they need it.
Camp DOVE (Deaf Outreach through Visual Effects) is a retreat that provides an opportunity for deaf and hard-of-hearing youth to share a unique camping experience in a Christian environment.
Covenant Care Services
A non-profit Christian adoption agency providing services in Georgia.
A non-profit organization that engages youth and their families in inner-city Athens through sports programs, after-school programs, and other community projects. These programs and activities promote personal and spiritual renewal as well as community restoration.
The Healing Place of Athens
The mission of the Healing Place is to help homeless men who are addicted to drugs and alcohol to achieve productive, independent, and sober lives. Provides an overnight shelter, a Christian-based residential recovery program, transitional housing and services, and an aftercare program.
Interfaith Hospitality Network
A coalition of more than 15 area congregations that have partnered together to combat homelessness in Northeast Georgia by helping homeless families with children to achieve sustainable independence.
Mercy Health Center
A volunteer-based non-profit Christian health center providing care for the uninsured in and around Athens with services including medical, pharmacy, and dental care.
Oasis Católico Santa Rafaela
A Catholic outreach and ministry dedicated to helping the Hispanic community of Athens by providing a range of services including transportation, food, clothing, health screenings, tutoring, interpretive services, worship opportunities, and more.
Sponsors an after-school program for students in grades PreK-3 for Latino children of the Pinewood Estates community. Tutors help children with their homework and reinforce academic skills.
Partnering Ambassadors for Life and Service is a non-profit Christian service organization that develops and conducts educational and job skills classes to equip adult women to gain stable employment.
Salvation Army of Athens Georgia
An evangelical Christian organization providing social services such as emergency shelter, drug/alcohol abuse rehabilitation, rent assistance, clothing and food assistance, and disaster relief services.
Samaritan Center for Counseling & Wellness
An interfaith counseling service of licensed professionals who provide confidential, compassionate services to individuals, families, and community groups with respect for personal beliefs and values.
Sparrow's Nest Mission
A non-profit Christian ministry that serves the at-risk population of the inner-city Athens community. Provides after-school programs, tutoring and mentoring, job counseling and placement, drug and alcohol counseling, emergency financial assistance, and more.
WMSL 88.9 FM
A Christian music station serving Athens-Clarke and surrounding counties.
Cooperation Marked Early Days of Churches in Clarke County
Church history from the settling of Athens through 1850.
Dramatic Growth Marked Clarke Church Community
Church history from 1850 through 1900.
Baptists and Methodists Dominated Clarke's Church Denominational Makeup
Church history from 1900 through 1950.
Athens' Religious Community Adapted for Changing Needs
Church history from 1950 through 2000.