- Worship – Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
- Lunch follows after every morning service
- Bible Study – Every Wednesday
- 6:00 p.m. Dinner and Fellowship
- 7:00 p.m. Bible Study (6:30 during Standard Time)
- Annual Meeting: Mount Paran’s annual meeting takes place the second Sunday weekend of August. Services include:
- Friday evening, 6:00 p.m. Dinner & 7:00 p.m. Worship
- Saturday morning, 10:00 a.m. Worship followed by lunch and then worship service
- Sunday morning, 10:30 a.m. Worship & Communion
We hope we will see you at one of these services. Located roughly eight miles south of downtown Monroe, Georgia, Mount Paran is between Atlanta and Athens in Walton County. For information on what we believe, please read our Articles of Faith or contact us.
As for what to expect when you come, our services are intentionally simple and meant to strive to be as close as possible to the simple, orderly examples given to us in the New Testament. All our worship services consist of a cappella singing, prayer and preaching. Any business the church needs to take care of is addressed in a separate conference immediately after services on the 1st Sunday of every month.
Directions can be found here.
The Church building address is:
3749 Mount Paran Church Rd
Social Circle, GA
***Please do not send mail to this address.
For information, directions, or other information, contact the following:
Elder Bryce Lowrance, Pastor
3571 Chandler Road
Good Hope, GA 30641
Chris Edwards, Church Clerk
1080 Whispering Lakes Dr
Madison, GA 30650
Donations to the Church
Donations can be mailed to Brother Chris Edwards at the address above. Please make checks payable to the church (ex. Mt Paran P.B.C.) If you need a receipt on Church letterhead for tax purposes, please let us know.
Could someone send me the link for zoom for the Bible study? I’m no longer on Facebook?
We will not have Bible Study this week because I will be at Union PBC for their Wednesday meeting. We will start up again next week.
Hello, I called twice and left messages , but no one returned my call. My family attended your church in 1840-1850 and I wanted to know if I could speak with the church historian to see if you could tell me if there any old records, even membership lists that I could access. This request seemed to be easier to ignore than bother answering. I was also interested in visiting your church as well. If your church could provide membership lists or minutes may answer questions I have looked for for yesrs.
Dear Lewis. If you could please reach out to our pastor at firstname.lastname@example.org he would be glad to try and help you.