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Veritas Church is a non-denominational church in Decatur. We invite you to join us at our new home at 2193 N. Decatur Rd. right down the street from Emory University.

WORSHIP ONE.

Daily we strive to make worship our predominant lifestyle, and every Sunday morning at 10:30 we come together to worship God. This is a time of teaching and song, dialogue and meditation.

We serve communion weekly, which is offered to all Christ-followers, and we collect tithes and offerings from our regular attendees. At our worship gatherings, dress is casual and children of all ages are welcome. Our children’s ministry is a place where kids are encouraged to grow in their relationship with God and others.

LOVE ALL.

While our worship gatherings are often the scene of hugs and laughter, intimate relationships are forged in Family Groups. There are four Family Groups, NW, SW, SE and NE of Decatur.   These group meet regularly to get to know one another, cheer on the kids at little league games, eat together, pray for each other’s needs, and serve in the community.

SERVE WELL.

Veritas exists to serve Christ by positively impacting our community and our world through outreach, volunteering and compassion.

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Although we won’t be meeting in our Veritas building this Easter,
He is still risen!
We have a limited number of parking spaces out front, however parking is available around back if you enter the driveway on the right side of the Sanctuary and follow it around back. The hotel next door has graciously allowed us to park in their lot as long as we are gone by 1PM. If you are a regular, please consider parking in the back or at the hotel in order to leave the spaces out front for visitors. Thank you!

Join us this Sunday, Nov. 1, immediately after worship for the Fall Festival at Veritas. Bring a crockpot of Chili or a Chocolate dessert. Our expert panel of judges will decide if anyone can unseat Zack Stepp as the Sultan of Chili.  Games for the kids. Kids (and adults) and we encourage the kids to take advantage of one more day to wear their Halloween costume. Don’t like Halloween? Get a life! And come dressed up. We need Chili and Chocolate makers and volunteers for the games. Contact Liz McKenzie
 

In 2011 it was Dapper Dan DeWitt; 2012, Steve Knapping Knapp; 2013, Joey “The Beast” Blossom; and in 2014…Jack “The Hammer” Slagle.” In 2015, it’s “Scotty the Body” Camp (anonymous nickname submission signed KC) was awarded with a Burger King crown and a commemorative statue extolling his magnificence. Way to go, Scott

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