We've been waiting for you! It's true, because we believe that every person who comes into the circle of this special  fellowship was sent by God Himself. It's not by accident that we have the joy of meeting you. So, above all else we want to express Christ's love to you with genuine, heartfelt warmth. We're eager to know you, and we're excited to share with you the marvelous ways Christ is working in His church.

It won't take you long to discover that this is truly a family, rich in the relationships that matter most. Growing together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry, we learn , and we reach out to our world with life-transforming truth.  We reach out to you, as well. Our doors are open. Our hearts are open, too. If you've been thinking, praying, searching and hoping for a place to belong, we say again - 


     Who we are 

Who are these people who seek to be only Christians? This term is not used in a sectarian sense, but is intended to denote belonging  to Christ's church. The Bible says, "All the churches of Christ greet you" (Romans 16:16). 

Individually, Christ's followers are known as "Christians" in the Bible. "The disciples were called Christians first in Antioch" (Acts 11:26). "If a man suffer as a Christian, let him not be ashamed; but, let him glory God in this name." (I Peter 4:16). Paul was one of the greatest of all Christians, but he did not want disciples to be called "Paulites" or "Paulite Christians'

(I Corinthians 1:10-17)

If you like to worship God in Spirit and in Truth, if you enjoy thinking and meditating on God's word and doing His work, if you appreciate warm, intimate, genuine brotherliness, you will enjoy attending the services of the churches of Christ

(Romans 16:16; Matthew 16:18). 

Come and study God's Word, and worship with us: Our worship is simple, spirtual and orderly. It is key-noted by the words of Jesus, who said "True worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and truth" (John 4:23-24). As is found in the church that we read about in the New Testament, our worship procedures follow Bible examples. They are intended to draw you closer to God and provide an atmosphere of reverence, according to His will. 

             Because worship is participation, you are warmly encouraged to join us in each act of worship. 

Preaching and teaching: The lessons are designed to instruct and encourage you in the ways of righteousness in God's Word, and to encourage obedience by all who listen. We make no claim for miraculous powers, sensationalism, or any "devine knowledge" outside of the Bible. 

Prayer: The congregation is led in public prayer by one of the men in the assembly. We pray to praise and thank God for His blessings, and request His continued care over us (2 Timothy 2:1-4)

Singing: Gospel songs are sung by the entire assembly...joining together in congregational singing that teaches and admonishes everyone in attendance, while praising God in the manner He specified..."making melody in our hearts unto the Lord"

(Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16; I Corinthians 14:15; Hebrews 2:12/13:15)

Lord's Supper:  As did the church we read about in the New Testament, we likewise eat and drink this "spiritual meal" every "first day of the week" (Acts 20:7). It consists of those things used by Christ as He designated them "memorials" of His body and blood

(I Corinthians 11:20-34). 

Giving: We do not take up a collection every time we meet, but on "the first day of the week", as did those in the New Testament church (I Corinthians 16:1-2). As our honored guest, you are not expected to give. Financial responsibililty of the church rests upon the members. 

We want to be the same church descibed in the Bible: We firmly believe this to be possible by all who will learn, believe and be guided by the plain teachings in God's Word. When "planted" in the hearts of honest people, and obeyed, it will produce Christians just like it did in the first century...just Christians ....nothing more and nothing less. Jesus taught this principal in His parable of the sower and the seed in Luke 8

We are not a denomination: Our desire is to wear no other name than Christ's and to be known simply as Christians, members of the body of Christ (Acts 4:12; 11:26; Ephesians 1:22-23). Belonging to Christ and answering only to Him, we have no human head. Christ is the head of the church, Colossians 1:18. Therefore, congregations in different locations function independently of each other, just as they did in the New Testament. 



YOU must hear the gospel of Christ (Romans 10:17) "Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. Have you heard the gospel? 


YOU must have faith that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Without this faith it is impossible to please God! (Hebrews 11:6) Do you have faith?


YOU must repent of sin in your life. "Repent therefore and be converted that your sins may be blotted out...(Acts 3:19). Have you repented?


YOU must confess Jesus Christ is the Son of God. "I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God" Acts 8:37. Have you confessed Christ?


YOU must be baptized into Christ for forgiveness of sins. Mark 16:16; Acts 8:37, Romans 6:3-5. Have you been baptized into Christ? 

YOU must do all of these (Steps 1 to 5) The meaning of these steps of salvation were certainly a part of the "many other words" Peter preached on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2:40).  


  It is a new day in the Lord's church as we prepare for the next generation of leaders. 

The Elders 

 Jimmy Robinson 


Jimmy was born in Greeleyville, SC and is one of ten children.  He graduated from C. E. Murray High School in 1971. He and Sherion Conyers were married in 1978.  They have three children: Yvonne, Ephraim, and Rhonda. 

Brother Robinson began working for MARTA in 1984 before retiring. He was appointed as an elder on December 10th, 2006. 

 Louis Robinson 


Louis is related to Jimmy Robinson. They are brothers. Louis was  first appointed as a deacon in 1988. He and his wife Marshjun have four children: Jonathan, Marvin, Valesia, and Kayla. Brother Robinson serve as the principla of a Fayette County Middle School before retiring. He was appointed as an elder on July 20, 2008. 

Our Evangelist 



Serves as the Evangelist of the congregation. Brother Weeks is a native of Columbia, SC. He is a graduate of Florida A & M Univesity and school of Preaching. Brother Weeks has preached in Florida, Georgia,  North Carolina and South Carolina. He also served as a missionary to Kingston Jamaica. 


Married Adult Ministry

Brother Brown serves as one of our ministers leaders of outreach. 


Campus Ministry

Brother Johnson is a senior at Georgia State University and serves as a minister of outreach to students on various college campuses.


Young Adult  Ministry

Brother Neasman  serves as one of our outreach ministers to Young Adults.


Minister of Involvement

Brother Peterson serves as our minister of involment. 


Campus Ministry

Brother Walker is a graduate of Georgia State University. He serves in the Campus Ministry.  


Young Adult  Ministry

Brother Ward serves as one of our outreach ministers to Young Adults.

"Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver. 

  2 Corinthians 9:7 

"Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom."  Luke 6:38 

Ways that you can give to the Lord's work here at the East Point Church of Christ. 

Whether you are in the assembly of the church, or on the go, we provide a way for you to know how you can support the Lord's work in a secure, convenient and simple way.