EDGEWOOD ASSEMBLY OF GOD


WELCOME

 

Edgewood Assembly of God, located at 2020 Morris Rd in Columbus, GA, is pastored by Rev. Charles Hays and has been in Columbus since 1948. We strive to see not only a spiritual change in our community but also in our world.

 

Sunday Services:
9:30 A.M.
    Sunday Schools for all ages

Sunday mornings are more than just a religious experience; it is an intermingling of cultures, diversifications, personalities, and social nuances coming together to create an intense worship experience that will challenge your preconceived ideas. Don't settle for church as usual, join us weekly at 10:30 a.m.

6:00 P.M.
    Sunday Evening Worship

Are you someone who wants MORE out of your worship experience? If so, then you can not afford to miss the life-changing explosion which sets hearts ABLAZE each Sunday night at Edgewood Assembly of God. The ignited praise and worship, the freedom of the Spirit and the anointed spoken Word will burn away the heaviness of your burdens and release you to walk in freedom. Come join us each week as the healing power of God heals  the emotional, physical, and spiritual parts of people just like you!

Mondays
6:30 P.M
    P.U.S.H.  Pray Until Something Happens

We all need encouragement. We all need assurance. Prayer helps. Join us for a time of Intercessory Prayer.

Wednesday Services
6:00 P.M.
    Fellowship

Join us at 6 p.m. on Wednesday nights prior to service for a time of coffee, light desserts, and fellowship.

7:00 P.M.
    Adult Bible Study
    S.H.I.E.L.D Student Ministries
    Kid's Zone

Wednesday nights are a time where new friendships are made! A place where you can find encouragement through prayer and support of other members. A place where teaching is relevant to your every day life through God's word. 

NURSERY AVAILABLE IN ALL SERVICES.


 

 

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