Connections Weekend

Connections Weekend

FEBRUARY 7-9, 2014

We hope you were able to join us for 2014’s Connections Weekend: strengthening your connections with God and others.  YOU are the missionary, YOU are the Church, and YOU are on a mission from God!  Use the information and links below for more information and resources.  If you have any questions, please contact us.




Matt Reynolds – After graduating from Clemson University in 2007, Matt Reynolds became the college pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Snellville, Georgia. The glue of this college ministry was a network of house churches on college campuses across the Southeast and a monthly worship gathering called Transition. In 2009 Matt began to serve as the pastor of Grace Midtown in Atlanta, a plant of Grace Fellowship Church, which has grown in attendance from 200 to over 1,300 in four years. Matt is currently studying at Fuller Theological Seminary through a distance learning graduate program. He and his wife, Margaret, have a passion to bring the Kingdom to Atlanta and the cities of the world in fresh and innovative ways. Their son, Jude, is a year and a half old, and he is loving life!



Friday, February 7
5:30pm     check-in and fiesta dinner
6:30pm     main session #1
7:45pm     breakout #1
9:00pm     late night

Saturday, February 8
9:00am     light breakfast
9:30am     breakout #2
10:45am     main session #2
12:00pm    lunch cookout
1:15pm      breakout #3

Sunday, February 9
regular Sunday morning schedule
9:00am     traditional worship service
10:00am    Bible study
11:15am      contemporary worship service



scot-mcknightMark your calendars now to join us for Connections Weekend 2015: February 6-8!  Our guest speaker will be Dr. Scot McKnight.  Scot is a world-renowned speaker, writer, professor, and equipper of the Church.  He is a recognized authority on the historical Jesus, early Christianity, and the New Testament. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Society for New Testament Studies.  McKnight, author of more than forty books, is the Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL.