We desire to see disciples made among all nations for the glory of God. Our goal is to send every member on mission to actively participate in God’s mission to make His name known in our city and strategic cities and spaces worldwide. Therefore, we will display the Gospel intentionally and live to make Jesus known.
As a gospel-centered church, Eagle’s Landing’s eyes are opened to the truth that God desires to use us to impact the neighborhoods in which we live and the places in the world He is sending us. We see that He wants the church to combine the passionate proclamation of the Gospel with the practice of compassionate mercy toward those we encounter daily.
We focus on and engage our immediate community as well as those who are at risk, vulnerable and marginalized. We partner with like-minded partners in the areas of:
Education—helping at-risk students engage in learning and encouraging the educators teaching them.
- Henry County Schools (Wesley Lakes Elementary, Walnut Creek Elementary, and Oakland Elementary)
- Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes South Metro
Poverty—serving families and individuals impacted by financial crisis with strategic, compassionate relief so they are not locked in the cycle of poverty.
- Dream Center Henry County
- Helping in His Name Food Pantry
- Families Helping Families Food Pantry
- Operation Lunchbox - Ministry Champion: Vicki Lee
- Calvary Refuge - Ministry Champion: Vicki Lee
- Rushton’s Hope
- United Food Force
Biblical Justice—engaging those who are at risk of being exploited like refugees and internationals, women in crisis, and vulnerable children and youth.
- The Bridge Wellness South
- Christian Women’s Center
- Gigi’s House - Ministry Champions: and Troy Hitt
- A Friend’s House - Ministry Champions: and Troy Hitt
- SEND Relief’s Clarkston Ministry Center
Freedom—encouraging individuals and families impacted by imprisonment.
Ministry Champion: Todd Jones
Family Advocacy—supporting and strengthening vulnerable families, including fostering and adoption.
SERVE THE CITY—2022 FALL DATE: OCTOBER 22
In 2021, Eagle’s Landing sent out over 615 volunteers through Serve the City! LifeGroups and ministries organized 52 projects. Assuming 3 hours per project, Eagle’s Landing’s Serve the City provided approximately 1,878 community service hours, saved approximately $28,170 (median wage of $15 per hour), and met multiple needs in our community!”