Welcome to Eastminster Presbyterian Church!





In 1972, Eastminster was born from the desire to bring the love of Jesus Christ to the East Cobb community, and beyond.Today, our vision has been shaped by the individuals that make up our body. We continually serve to bring people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, as He is revealed through the Scriptures and the Power of the Holy Spirit.

It is impossible to measure the benefits for the Kingdom of God born out of the initial vision in 1972.  Countless new believers have professed faith in Jesus Christ.  Families have been nurtured in faith, and children baptized and raised in the knowledge of the Lord.

Mission trips have responded to emergencies and carried us into needy places.  Missionaries have been sent, as well as ministers called, trained, and sent to serve their own churches.  Week by week we gather and worship the Lord, asking God to use us as an outpost to reach the world He loves.

Eastminster is a congregation of the ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians within the Presbytery of the South and is committed to the values and beliefs of the Protestant Christian doctrine.

There’s more to tell, but we would rather you come and experience this place and meet these people for yourself. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Worship is at the heart of our congregation — not just on Sunday mornings, but in many ways, wherever we are gathered as Christ’s body.

Sundays | ROAD: 9AM, TRADITIONAL: 11:15AM

The Road is Eastminster’s contemporary worship service. We invite you to come to The Road as you are — bring your coffee, your kids, your baggage and your questions to this time where we seek to worship God through music, scripture and a message. You should feel comfortable here no matter where you are with God…cynic, skeptic, seeker or believer, knowing that God really can meet you wherever you are on life’s Road.

Sanctuary Worship is our traditional service, where we gather to meet the Lord with age-old practices adopted from those who’ve gone before us. We follow an order of worship, including a Psalm or other scriptural call to worship, a time to confess our sins — as a church and individually in silence — and then to celebrate the forgiveness won for us by Jesus Christ. Creeds from the early church remind us that we are part of a church that has been worshipping God for centuries.

Children are welcome in both services, where they enjoy a “Children’s Sermon” geared just for them. After this lesson, children Pre-K through first grade may go to Children’s Church where parents pick them up after service.