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Mercy Fund


We encourage generosity toward our Mercy Fund to empower struggling families in our Church and in our community. The need is great and we as God’s people have the privelege to meet these needs in Jesus’ name.

Current Needs

  • Cars or Bikes: Through our Job Program many men and women are getting employment. Transportation is one of the challenges. Donating a car or bike could be a game changer in someone’s life. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL BELOW
  • Christmas Presents: On December 21st we will do our Christmas outreach. Donate new or gently used toys to bless our families and help us reach many with the gift of the gospel. Please mail or drop off at Paradise Missionary Baptist Church no later than December 16th. 1711 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy, Atlanta GA 30318
  • Financial gifts: Many families fall behind in the winter months. Your financial gift helps us help them in a dignified way.


404-704-0718  ext.700   OR

Ways to Give

Mail Checks: Shalom City Church
PO Box 94863
Atlanta GA 30377

Online: Donate Here

Text: Any amount to (404) 495-5587

Perimeter Church Manages this giving account and all donations are tax deductible

“Now may the God of peace who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great shepherd of the sheep, by the blood of the eternal covenant, equip you with everything good that you may do his will, working in us that which is pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen.”

Hebrews 13:20–21

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Our Ministry



 “To see the Shalom of God holistically transform Grove Park, Atlanta, and the World.”




 “To awaken, strengthen, and multiply Spirit-filled disciples of Jesus who are discovering and displaying the Shalom of God in all areas of life.”


What is Shalom?

Why is our church called Shalom City Church? And what is “Shalom” anyway?

Shalom Means Peace … And So Much More

The closest English word to Shalom is peace. When we think of peace, however, we generally think it simply means the absence of war or strife. If you’re not fighting, you must be at peace, right?

Not quite. Shalom — and peace — mean so much more than that.

Shalom is the Hebrew word for holistic peace — peace that permeates every aspect of our lives and our being. It is a word used throughout scripture to describe the absolute joy, flourishing, fulfillment, and bliss found in the presence of God. It also conveys the beautiful, interdependent relationships that God’s people eternally share with Him, each other, and all of creation.

Nothing Broken… Nothing Missing… The way things are supposed to be. Shalom is what has come into the world through Christ, and is made complete when Christ returns and fully eradicates sin and death forever. God is glorified as Shalom happens. We have a mission as God’s people to discover and display the Shalom of God’s Kingdom to this hurting world by faithfully proclaiming the Gospel in WORD and DEED as we share life with our neighbors.

What is a ShalomHouse?

Part of the way we want to spread Shalom in Grove Park is through the establishment and multiplication of ShalomHouses. ShalomHouses are individual homes spread out throughout Grove Park where most of the Church’s discipleship, fellowship, hospitality, worship, and mission will happen — even after we have “real church.”

Once established, they will grow to be groups of 20-25 people who live in a specific area — generally within a few blocks of each other — who live out the Church’s core values as they intentionally share life throughout the week with each other.

What will your local ShalomHouse look like?

That depends on the personality of the leader of your ShalomHouse and the people who join it!

  • Block parties
  • Service projects
  • Pot-luck dinners
  • Running or dog-walking clubs
  • Worship gatherings
  • Prayer walks

Fill Out Contact Form if you are interested in joining a ShalomHouse


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