At each Concord campus, our Sunday services include worship and singing, followed by a practical, Bible-saturated message from one of our pastors. The Dahlonega, Habersham, and Mt. Yonah campuses view the message via a livefeed video from the Clermont campus.
-Registration is not necessary unless you are attending our Clermont campus and have an infant - 5th grader. We have limited space for children, so please register HERE.
- The 8:00am service at Concord at Clermont has a mask-required section
2. Where are you located?
We have five church locations across the North Georgia area. Check out our full list of campus locations here.
3. What should I expect when I visit for the first time?
As you walk through the doors you will be welcomed by one of our friendly greeters who will be able to point you to the Worship Center, the children's area, the restroom, the coffee station, or whatever else you might need. Before you leave, we’d love for you to visit our Next Steps desk or fill out a visitor card so that we can connect with you!
4. What should I wear?
You’ll find a wide variety at Concord, but casual clothes and jeans are just fine!
5. What about my children?
Concord aims to provide a place where children of all ages can learn about following Jesus in their own fun and exciting way, while also building relationships with those around them. You can be confident that your child is well-cared for in a safe environment at Concord. Because service times differ at each campus, make sure you check when Concord Kids and Concord Preschool are offered at each campus.
Community groups (Sunday AM) and GROW groups (Wednesday PM) are a great first step to getting connected at Concord. These small group settings are designed to help individuals connect with other believers in the church and develop deeper relationships.
If you're interested in serving alongside us, we would love to connect with you! Discover Your Design is a tool we offer to help individuals figure out how their personality type, spiritual gifts, and passions align to serve in ministry.
Visit our Next Steps page to learn more about Community Groups and Discover Your Design.
7. How do I join Concord?
To become a member at Concord, you must attend one of our Starting Point events, sign the church covenant, and come forward during one of our worship services or talk to a pastor about your desire to join. Find out more about membership here.
While all of our locations have their own unique sound, you can expect to hear anything from contemporary worship to traditional hymns at each campus on a Sunday morning.
10. What kind of outreach is Concord involved in?
As a part of making disciples everywhere, we are involved in ministries locally and globally. We also have the privilege of supporting full-time missionaries serving around the world.
11. What is the role of the campus pastor?
The primary role of a Concord campus pastor/director is to lead, coordinate, and support the ministry to ensure the mission of making disciples is occurring at their church campus. Our campus pastors guide the church service(s) at their campuses on Sunday mornings and actively minister to the church body and community throughout the week.
Our campus pastors typically preach twelve times a year at their campus.
Still have questions? Visit these pages for more information about who we are and what we're all about!