Sharing space at Clairemont and Commerce
Several community organizations, schools and even other congregations call First Baptist Chuch Decatur’s campus home. Sharing our space and making good use of our plentiful facilities is a gift to our Decatur community and also a gift to our congregation. Follow the links to find out more about those who share our space at the corner of Clairemont and Commerce
The Community School
The Community School (TCS) serves adolescents and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and related challenges, including those with Asperger Syndrome.
The Community School is an independent organization which meets on the First Baptist Church Decatur campus on the third floor of the education building.
Troop 134 (Boy Scouts) is one of the oldest continuously active troops in the Atlanta area, chartered in 1927.
Pack 134 (Cub Scouts) currently includes over 120 boys and is divided by school grade into Dens.
The Farmer's Market
Community Farmers Markets is a non-profit organization that operates the East Atlanta Village, Grant Park, and Decatur Farmers Markets. The market set up their booths on the front lawn on Wednesday afternoons.
Congregations meet here
The following congregations meet in the First Baptist Church Decatur building on Sundays and some share space during the week, as well.
Matupi Christian Baptist Church
Scott Boulevard Baptist Church — www.scottblvd.com
Georgia Zotung Baptist Church
St. Urael Ethiopian Orthodox Church
Dream Life Fellowship— www.dreamlifefellowship.org/
Many small and medium size support groups share the space here. The groups help meet the needs of many folks in our city. Three groups in the linked list, Caregivers' Support, Pregnancy Loss Support, and Grief Support, are part of First Baptist Church Decatur.