adult fellowship communities
Adult Fellowship Communities meet at 9:30 am and are a great way to connect with other adults at Intown. They are primarily organized by age and stage of life.
Got Kids? Room 217 Got Kids is a fellowship for anyone with children from infancy to elementary age. We hope Got Kids can be a sanctuary from the hectic lifestyle that young families endure. In addition to our Sunday morning fellowship, we have regular family-friendly events.
International Friendship Community (IFC) Rooms 204-206 Internationals from all over the world come to the U.S. to study, work, or begin a new life. IFC includes these internationals as well as Americans who wish to make them feel welcome.
Mosaic (Room 203) A mosaic is a design composed of small pieces of different colored glass, stone, etc. We are a diverse group of people who share a common desire for community.
Rea (Rooms 205-207) The word “rea” is the Hebrew word for friend or neighbor. Rea at Intown is a welcoming community of friends, mostly parents of elementary, middle- and high-school children, who meet to support one another during this adventurous time in our lives.
Tapestry (Room 213) We are a diverse group of people being woven together to create a picture of God’s work in our lives. We see not only the glorious view as it evolves, but also the work that goes on behind the scenes in one another’s lives.
Crossroads (Room 201) We are a group of young adults from a variety of backgrounds seeking to build community and share life. We come together on Sunday mornings to enjoy time together and learn and share about matters of faith in a way that is honest and respectful. Please join us.
College (White House) We’re a class of undergraduate-aged young adults studying or working in Atlanta, or home from college for a time and looking for fellowship at Intown Community Church.
Kingdom Life (Room 302) This class explores topics of Christian living with a new topic every month. The class is open to all adults of all ages.