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Celebrating 50 Years!

One Mission Church is celebrating 50 years of God's faithfulness! Jubilee Sunday is Sept 11 at 10AM!

5915 Lawrenceville Hwy

Tucker, GA 30084

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(770) 921-1843

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

50th Church Anniversary Celebration

For One Mission Church:

A New Name; Same Church

 

Tucker, GA—The 50th anniversary celebration for a Gwinnett County church comes with a name change: the former Lilburn Alliance Church is now One Mission Church. On Sunday, September 11, 2022, beginning at 10:30 a.m., church and community members are welcome to enjoy an outdoor festival on the field across from the church property located at 5915 Lawrenceville Highway in Tucker, GA. Festivities include live music, bounce houses, face painting, a Kona ice truck, hamburgers, hot dogs, and more! If there is rain, the celebration and festivities will move indoors.


In February 1972, a small group of devoted Christians with their founding pastor, Rev. Cyril Steinmann charted Lilburn Alliance Church of The Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination. Today, One Mission Church is a dynamic, multi-ethnic, inter-generational, Christ-encountering movement with nine worship services every Sunday.

 

The new name reflects One Mission’s commitment to serving more than two thousand people in the surrounding community each week, a departure from the makeup of the original church. Says Lead Pastor, Pastor Fred Hartley III, “When the demographics of our community changed, so did our congregation.” More than 70 different nations are represented in the membership of One Mission Church. There are 9 services in the building every Sunday in 7 different languages – English, Spanish, French African, Korean, Tigrinya, Amharic, and Oromo. Pastor Hartley goes on to explain, “We are one church family, serving one God, reaching one needy person at a time. The unity we experience every Sunday is not a social experiment; it is a miracle.”

 

Hartley, who has pastored the church since 1989, realized authentic service to others included people in the neighborhood surrounding the church as well as the people who came to worship in the church building. “We now visit thirty-two-hundred homes every year in the half-mile radius around our church campus,” the pastor shares. “While we have planted fifteen other-language congregations, we are now planting an English-speaking, church.” 

 

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