The Spanish Academy

The Spanish Academy is a total immersion preschool where children, ages 12 months to 10 years, can learn Spanish while having FUN! The classes introduce Spanish using the total immersion method; a proven teaching method used for many years by teachers and language experts. There are currently four Spanish Academy locations in the Atlanta metro area, and Emory Presbyterian Church is proud to be home to one of them!

Oikos Korean Fellowship

Oikos is a Christian worshiping community to serve Korean/Korean-American College Students attending Emory University. Oikos is Greek for “family” or “home.” Thus, this ministry’s primary function is to become a home and a family to international/ non-local students in Atlanta, and to support them with the restoring love of God and His warm assurance. Our Oikos community worships together at Emory Presbyterian Church on Sundays at 2 pm.
For more information contact Sam Kim by email at atlanta.oikos@gmail.ocm or

Sanctum with Eve

In room 212 on the second floor of the education building, Sanctum with Eve offers Reiki, sound, or Reiki & sound in 60-minute private sessions. Also offered are group gong baths for meditation, relaxation, or to jump start creative ideas. Couples or group gong baths for events (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) can be arranged. A Reiki Master Teacher, Eve also teaches Reiki level 1-3 for those that want to learn the science and practice behind Reiki. For more information contact Eve Smyth by email or check the schedule at Sanctum with Eve.

Trinity Presbyterian Decatur

Trinity Presbyterian Decatur meets in the EPC Fellowship Hall temporarily as they search for a permanent facility. Pastor Rev. Xavier Coombs leads the congregation in worship at 11 am Sunday. Bible Class meets at 10 am.

Trinity is a PC(USA) church in Decatur, Georgia, striving to live out the Biblical command to love God, each other and our neighbors well. This means worshiping and following Jesus not only through our words, but more importantly through the lives we lead. We represent the church as a whole to a world in need of direction. One has only to listen to the older members of Trinity, who were around at the earliest beginning of the church, to realize the rich heritage it has. As it reads in the book of Jeremiah 6:16, we “stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”