Clairmont Presbyterian Church actively serves the community in which it is nestled as well as communities throughout Atlanta and around the world.

Among the ministries we support are:

Azalea Village. Azalea Village is an outreach cause that is closest to Clairmont's heart. We have 7 houses on our campus which, in coalition with non-profit groups in Atlanta, we provide for individuals and families in need of transitional housing. We have had residents who are refugees, seminary students, families struggling with homelessness, and non-profit workers. The Clairmont family provides funding for these people to live rent-free, furnishing for the houses, and manual labor to keep the houses in good condition. Most importantly, Clairmont aspires to grow and nurture relationships with the residents in Azalea Village, creating community with them and providing support where needed.

To learn more about Azalea Village, please click here.

Local Ministries. Our outreach team is committed to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ through word and through deed. Our mission is to deepen our commitment in our local partnerships through serving our community and providing aid to transform lives and our society.

To learn more, please click here.

Global Ministries. One of the foundational claims of the Presbyterian church is that we are a connectional church, which means that we do not exist in and for ourselves, but we are integrally tied to one another, through Jesus Christ, whether we are here in Atlanta, GA or halfway around the world in Egypt. And today, thanks to technological advancements in travel and communications, we’re not just connectional in name, but in practice. And so, two years ago, we launched a partnership with a church in Moassat, Egypt. While financial support is part of our partnership, our goal is that we would also be connected through mutual prayer and encouragement, as we recognize that the church in Egypt has much to teach us about following Christ in the world today. God is up to something in Egypt and we’re excited to be part of it.

To learn more, please click here.

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Lady T's Homeless Ministry  -  

NEEDED Wednesday, February 17, 2021 -

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches
Please follow these strict requirements and thanks

for understanding. Please make one or two loaves of honey wheat, whole wheat, or plain wheat bread (no white or end pieces), plain peanut butter (no nuts), grape jelly (no strawberry, apple, or mixed fruit), and place in ZIPLOC sandwich bags (no saran wrap or fold over bags). Place ziploced sandwiches back on the original bread sleeves (no loose sandwiches in grocery bags or boxes). Ray Davis will be at the church parking lot between 1:00 and 2:00pm on Wednesday, February 17 for you to drop off your sandwiches. Bottle water is also needed.  If you have questions, contact Ray at

PLEASE continue to donate blankets throughout the year as the weather has changed and our people need more blankets, comforters, and bedspread (new or clean gently used.)