Welcome Visitors & Guests!
Each Sunday, along with it's members, hundreds of visitors – from around Auburn Avenue and around the globe – stop by Ebenezer to experience its history and to join the church as it strives for Higher Ground. The doors are open to all who will come. Whoever you are, you are welcome at Ebenezer, and you are welcome to lean on the Rock.
Are you planning to visit us soon?
Just meet us in the greeting area of our Horizon Sanctuary! One of our church greeters will assist you in seating and visitor recognition. If you are in need of directions, visit our Contact Us page.
Are you planning a wedding or other special event?
Visit our Special Events online area or contact our church office at 404.688.7300.
What is the size of EBC? We have over 6,000 members.
When was EBC established? Our church was founded in 1886.
How many services do you have and what times? We have two Sunday morning services (11 am and 8 am) and a Wednesday evening service (7 pm). You can find more information on our worship service online.
What are the Church Office hours? 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Your can reach our office at 404.688.7300.
What are your services like? If you love gospel music, both old school and new school, our worship team of choirs, musicians, and dancers encourage you to join in full participation through singing, clapping, and lifting your hands. You will see people with their hands up and down, with their eyes open and closed. Our creative worship arts ministry will captivate you with an insightful praise & worship . We are not here to entertain but to draw you into fellowship in a culturally relevant way while worshipping the exciting and awesome God that we serve! We try our best to do what we think blesses God and brings people closer to God.
Do you have mid-week services? Yes. We offer Worship on Wednesday (WOW) Bible Study at 7:00 p.m. You are invited to relax and enjoy a powerful and relevant message that address various situations that we face in our lives and discover how we can overcome those situations through our faith.
Will I have to stand up in front of people? We do like to acknowledge all of our guests but you need not stand if you don’t want to, and no we will not put the spotlight on you!
Are your facilities accessible for people with disabilities? Yes. We have a drop-off area on the front left side of Horizon.
Do I have to dress up?
No, you don't. We encourage people to dress comfortably. For some, that may mean dressing up, for others it may mean wearing casual clothes. We simply ask that you dress modestly and decently. We want everyone to come, be comfortable, and share in the learning and worshiping together. Everyone is welcomed. Come as you are!
How can I get a copy of the Sermon?
We make all the sermon messages available on CD/DVD, immediately after worship in the Bell Tower directly outside of Horizon Sanctuary. During the week our gift shop is open 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
How does your church help those in need?
Ebenezer Baptist Church is committed to community transformation. We extend ourselves into the local community by providing a food pantry, prison outreach, and resources to our Katrina families and other families within the community, including scholarships to students and many other individuals who are in need of assistance in the community. Ultimately, our purpose for serving those in need is to bring glory to God. When people see God’s love exemplified through his people in practical ways, it proves that God’s love can prevail over selfishness and indifference. Our goal is to be a light in the community. “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” (Matthew 5:16) We are a Christian community within the community that transforms the community.
How do I get to Ebenezer? Get Directions & Parking Instructions
How do I contact the church? Our phone number is 404.688.7300.
Join Us As We Celebrate Our 125th Anniversary with 125 Acts of Service!
We're all committing to community service activities that help highlight the church’s history of outreach in the areas of civil rights, human rights, social justice, and human services. We're inviting you to become a part of the Ebenezer Life of Service.