Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church

Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church (OPC) is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1949 as a mission of nearby Peachtree Presbyterian Church, the congregation initially met on the campus of nearby Oglethorpe University. The community soon purchased nearby land and built its own church, a facility which continued to expand over the next several decades.

The congregation of close to 300 is known in the community for its mission work (e.g. Food Pantry, Bargain Shop) and preschool.

Read more about Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church:  Worship, Music, Outreach and Compassion, Fellowship

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