The Living Room is a great place to meet and find community with other college-aged adults from all over Atlanta. We meet most Monday nights at 7:30 p.m. at Buckhead Church (see “What’s Happening”). We’ll share a meal, engage in worship, hear practical teaching, and have a little fun while we're at it.

We’ll explore these five big questions:

What comes to mind when you think about God? Is he a white-bearded old man in a robe and sandals? A muscular white dude from a Renaissance painting? A buzz killer who carves his boring rules in stone?

What if God was the all-powerful Creator of the universe? What if he also loves people and cares about the details of their lives? What if he cares about your life? What if he actually wants to connect with you? That would change everything, right?

You carry all sorts of labels. You’re a student. You’re a son or daughter, maybe a brother or sister. You’re an American, an Atlantan. You’re an employee, a boss. You’re an athlete, an artist, a dancer. But you’re more than a bunch of labels. You are unique. God has some surprising and life-changing things to tell you about who you really are.

To understand why you’re here, you have to understand who God is and why he created you. He made you with a unique combination of talents, gifts, and resources. He wants you to use them to glorify him by being the hands and feet of Jesus for other people.

That word doesn’t exactly inspire admiration, does it? But here’s the thing: Jesus created the church. And he didn’t create it to be an institution that bores people or makes them feel guilty. He started the church as a movement to challenge the status quo in order to change people’s lives. The church today can still be that movement. This will happen when the people who live the movement demonstrate a radical kind of selflessness to those around them—as they live and love like Jesus.

Did God just create the world and bail? Is he sitting out there somewhere watching everything that goes on around us with casual disinterest? What if God still thinks his creation is great? What if he’s constantly, persistently changing and saving people’s lives? What if he’s all about beauty, creativity, and love? What if God cares? And what if he wants you to be involved in what he’s doing in the world?

If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus, you need intentional relationships with people who have the same goal—and a Community Group is a great place to find just that.

  • In a Community Group, 8 to 12 college students from the same area of town meet once a week during the school year. All college Community Groups are led by topnotch adult leaders.
  • Small group registration for the spring is closed. Your next opportunity to join a group will be at the beginning of the fall semester!

If you have questions about small groups, email our Groups Director, Beth Romanoski.

We all have opportunities to use the time, resources, and gifts that God gives us to serve others. It’s one of the primary ways we glorify him. The Living Room gives you a number of ways to get involved.

Volunteers make The Living Room work. Here are some ways you can be involved:

  • Production: Help produce the college environment at our gatherings.
  • Host Team: Help make The Living Room a welcoming place.
  • Parking Team: Provide clear parking directions for attendees.
  • Kitchen Team: Serve dinner to attendees.

If you're interested in serving in one of these areas at The Living Room, email Beth or talk to someone at our info table.

You can also serve in these ministries of Buckhead Church:

  • Production
  • Guest Services
  • :connections Bookstore
  • Parking Team
  • Waumba Land (Pre-school)
  • UpStreet (Elementary School)
  • Transit (Middle School)
  • InsideOut (High School)

For more information about volunteering in these ministries, click here.

If you’re 25 years or older and interested in serving, there are two opportunities:

1. Community Group Leader

College students do not lead college Community Groups. Qualified adults serve as leaders. College Community Group leaders play an important role in the college ministry, so we take great care when enlisting them. Leading a group requires a weekly commitment for one school year. To apply for leadership, click here . Once your application is submitted, we will be in contact with you to schedule an interview.

2. Kitchen Team

Serve dinner at The Living Room. For more information about volunteering with the Kitchen Team, click here.

The best way to discover what God is doing in the world is to experience it yourself. That’s why every year we work with globalX to organize trips to allow our students the opportunity to do just that. Our teams partner with local organizations that have made long-term commitments to serve people in their communities. We are confident you will have a blast and make lasting friendships with trip members. More importantly, you’ll be inspired by getting to experience how people of other cultures worship and serve the same God you do.

globalX is North Point Ministries’ international division. Its mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by serving our international community. To find out more about globalX, check out goglobalx.org.

There are no open trips at this time.

OUR MISSION IS TO LEAD PEOPLE INTO A GROWING RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST.

We believe the entire Bible is the inspired Word of God. We believe in one God who exists in three distinct persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe every person was created in the image of God and was made to be in relationship with him. Through disobedience, that relationship was broken. Jesus offers each of us forgiveness through his death and resurrection. When we put our faith in him, he restores our relationship with God.

You can expect a free dinner! In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to hang out, worship, and have fun with other college-aged adults from all over Atlanta. And did we mention the free dinner?

At the beginning of the fall and spring semesters, we’ll give you an opportunity to join a group. We’ll announce these opportunities at The Living Room and on our website. These are the only times you will be able to join.

We provide shuttles from GSU, TECH, and KSU.

Georgia State Shuttle

  • In front of The Commons - leaves at 7:15 p.m.

Georgia Tech Shuttle

  • West Campus - Hemphill & 8th - leaves at 6:45 p.m.
  • East Campus - Gate #8, Bobby Dodd Stadium on Techwood Dr. - leaves at 7:00 p.m.

KSU Shuttle

  • Central Deck - leaves at 6:45 p.m.

Shuttle will depart Buckhead Church at 9:20 p.m. to return to campus.

The Living Room ends by 9:10 and the shuttles leave at 9:20, but we won’t give you the boot if you're having fun.

Parking volunteers will direct you to the parking deck beneath the building. You’ll then take an elevator to the 4th floor.

No. We don’t pair roommates, but we do have a Facebook page where you can post a request for a roommate.

No. But one of our staff will be happy to baptize you at a Sunday service at Buckhead Church.