CONCORD AT MT. YONAH


OUR STORY

 

Concord at Mt. Yonah was the first church plant of Concord Baptist Church which launched in 2014. After meeting in the Mt. Yonah Elementary School auditorium for two years, an opportunity to move into a church building emerged in April 2016. Concord at Mt. Yonah is committed to engaging the Cleveland community and desires to see lives transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

 

SERVICE TIME

SUNDAY MORNING:

11:00AM

LOCATION

52 HELEN HWY 

CLEVELAND, GA 30528


 

WHAT TO EXPECT

 

Our Sunday morning services are directed by Campus Pastor, James Forrester, and include contemporary worship led by a live worship team, followed by a Biblically sound message delivered by one of our pastors at Clermont via livefeed video or by Pastor James Forrester. Each service lasts just over an hour, and the atmosphere is friendly, welcoming and relaxed!


CONNECT AT MT. YONAH

UPCOMING EVENTS

For Him Fitness

This Women's Workout class is free and classes will be tailored for all levels of fitness and conditioning and will incorporate a variety of exercises.

 

Meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00-6:45pm starting January 12, 2021 at Concord at Mt. Yonah. Led by Rena Payne.

21 Days of Prayer

Weekday Prayer Service at Concord at Clermont

January 4 - 8 (6:00am)

January 11 - 15 (6:00am)

January 18 - 22 (6:00am)

 

Saturday Prayer Service at all Concord Campuses

January 9, 16, and 23 (8:00am)

Family Worship

We will have a Family Worship Service on January 17

 

*Reminder: No Community Groups or children's activities this day

Cleveland Care Center Drive

January is Sanctity of Life month!

 

January 17 - 31 we are collecting baby bottles filled with loose change to go to support the Cleveland Care Center.


CONTACT US

 

Call: 770-983-7272 ext. 301

Text: 678-905-6639

Monday- Thursday

(8:00am- 4:30pm)

Mailing address

P.O. Box 190, Clermont, GA 30527

STAFF AT MT. YONAH

Campus Pastor,

James Forrester

Worship Leader,

Casey Ryals

Ministry Assistant,

Laura Hyatt

Housekeeping, 

Tracy Diaz