Impact church atlanta

Impact church atlanta

Impact church atlanta

Olu Brown, the lead pastor of the Atlanta-based Impact Church, which has grown to be one of the most popular and well-attended organizations in the region, announced his retirement at the church on Sunday in a sobering sermon intended to make worshipers aware of the spiritual challenges they face in life.


Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Impact Church is an inclusive gathering of people who are committed to sharing the love of Christ with the world. The ministry is led by Olu Brown and is ranked the fifth fastest growing United Methodist congregation in the United States - an accomplishment achieved by their promise of "Doing Church Differently ™." Impact operates as a 4D, 21st century ministry where they focus on a balanced mix of culture, hospitality, worship and technology. This mix positions Impact as a smart church that transforms lives and communities through holistic salvation principles (spiritual, emotional, relational, physical, financial, professional) and doing Christ's work. For more information, log on to www.impactdcd.org and connect on Facebook, Instagram, and Vimeo.

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ATLANTA, May 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Olu Brown, founder and lead pastor of Impact Church, recently announced his retirement and transitional year during the church's Sunday worship experience. Brown, who founded the progressive Atlanta-based church 14 years ago, confirmed that he is retiring in June 2022 to pursue entrepreneurial and consulting endeavors, full time. This transition will position him to help grow churches and businesses all over the world, just as he has through his leadership at Impact. Brown will continue to serve Impact for the next year as the lead pastor and will help orient the new lead pastor, once appointed by the Bishop of the North Georgia Conference, Sue Haupert-Johnson.

www.ajc.com)The Rev. Olu Brown of Fulton County’s prominent Impact Church announced on Sunday that he plans to retire as lead pastor. (Source:

“I won’t be your pastor when it’s completed, but that’s OK,” he said on Sunday. “I’ve finished the race. I kept the faith and together we will see the promises of God come to pass.” (Source: www.ajc.com)



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