About Atlanta

Visit the Capital of the Peach State

We invite you to come experience Atlanta, Georgia, a world-class, modern city with a rich, passionate history. Originally dubbed Terminus in 1837 for a new railroad terminus connecting Georgia with Chattanooga, TN, it later became Marthasville in 1845, before finally being incorporated as the city of Atlanta in 1847. Plan to come early or stay longer, so you can explore our great city! Visit our information booth at the 73rd Annual Churches of Christ National Lectureship and our host hotel concierge for info about the King Center, Georgia Aquarium, Six Flags, College Football Hall of Fame and much more!

 Local Churches of Christ Things to Do & See Places to Eat
Camp Creek Church of Christ* Atlanta Streetcar Alma Cocina
Church of Christ at Bouldercrest* Atlantic Station (shopping & movies) Aviva by Kameel
Graceview Church of Christ Centennial Olympic Park Gladys Knight Chicken & Waffles
Hillcrest Church of Christ
Center for Civil and Human Rights Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken
Locust Grove Church of Christ CNN Center Mary Mac’s
Moreland Avenue Church of Christ College Football Hall of Fame Papi’s Cuban & Caribbean Grill
Rock Springs Church of Christ Fox Theatre Paschal’s
Schaffer Rd Church of Christ Georgia Aquarium Pitty Pat’s Porch
Simpson Street Church of Christ Martin Luther King Center South City Kitchen
Sims Avenue Church of Chirst Six Flags Over Georgia Sweet Auburn Seafood
Southlake Church of Christ SkyView Ferris Wheel Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint
West End Church of Christ * Stone Mountain Park  The Sun Dial 
Westside School Rd. Church of Christ World of Coca Cola The Varsity
Denotes host congregation for 73rd Annual Churches of Christ National Lectureship