Tent the City 2023

October 6, 2023

Join us as we facilitate an atmosphere of worship, prayer, and gospel proclamation for 2 whole days. We will kick off at 6pm on Friday Oct. 6th with 48 hours of unceasing worship. Worship and prayer teams from various churches in our region will take up two-hour worship sets, back-to-back, creating a seamless flow of ministry to the Lord the entire weekend. There will be a key time for evangelism on Friday and Saturday evenings. Stay tuned for the exact details. This will be an outdoor event taking place on Take the City’s property under a 20 x 60 foot tent. Please make plans to join us! If you’d like to volunteer, text keyword “TENT” to...
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Take the City Conference

July 20, 2023

Have you ever wanted to grow in sharing the Gospel, prayer, or worship? Come and join us for a 3-Day conference at Take the City helping you grow in all three of these things with believers from all across the Chattahoochee Valley area! More details coming...
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Revival on the River 2023

April 14, 2023

Come join us for a night of free food, music and fun! We will be celebrating the unity that we have among the Tri-city area by enjoying a night of music, fellowship, food and encouraging messages. We are so excited to have civic leaders speaking on the subject of unity. We also have an amazing lineup of music artists that will be playing that night a wide variety of contemporary Christian, gospel music and hymns. Whether you are involved in a local church or are just looking for a great family-friendly event, this event is for you! FREE CHICKFILA for the first 2,500 people! Arrive at 6:00pm – Doors will open at 6:30pm RAIN OR SHINE KIDS ZONE AREA – Fun for the whole family! Free Music and celebration! Everyone is...
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Hope Inspires

December 21, 2022

Hope Inspires//Cindy Gardner It’s our joy to conclude our Inspire Campaign stories with someone who is a true inspiration to us, as well as to so many in the community. Cindy Gardner is the Follow-up Coordinator for Redeem’s Beautiful Exchange Boutique at Take the City. Her story really began when someone handed her a card they’d been given through a TTC outreach. She called the number, and the rest is now a three-year history. Today, you might find Cindy driving someone as far as Montgomery, AL to a treatment center, taking blankets out on the street, or with her host of volunteers, organizing donated clothes. The boutique, which was remodeled this year, has racks of clothes in all sizes, accessories, shoes, and handbags, as well as hygiene kits. “Not only do women come in from the street, where they can also get a shower and use the laundry facilities, but women who need an outfit for a job interview or other appointments can come in. Nothing is sold here– it’s all given away,” Cindy said. Her volunteers have seen the changes in the women who come through and have heard their stories. “It’s what it’s all about,” said one volunteer with tears in her eyes. “I cry even just looking around the boutique, because it represents giving God our best.” Cindy has a vision for the future that Redeem will offer its own rehab program one day. If anyone can see it done, Cindy, who does nothing without the Lord, has the inspiring faith needed that will lead to reaching more and more women. Inspired by Cindy’s testimony? Become...
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Family Inspires

December 7, 2022

Family Inspires Photo, l-r: Melissa McCormick, mother of the McCormick children, daughter Micah, daughter Brianna Tolley, granddaughter Adeline Claire Elise Tolley, son-in-law Zeek Tolley, Nancy & Rick McCormick, and son Ricky “Bubba” McCormick. Continuous praise, worship and prayer are part of the DNA of Take the City’s Harvest House of Prayer. There are over 30 regular participants who sacrificially commit to doing hour-long sets, and we love that the McCormick family is among them. They are unique in their contribution in that so many of their family participates as several are musicians and singers, including Rick, who is a pastor and the proud father in the clan. “You’ll like me,” Rick says when he meets someone in the prayer room, “but when you meet my family, you’ll forget all about me.” Fully engaged and gifted, the McCormick family’s worship sets are contagious.  “I want to do the invisible things,” said Rick. “It’s what real giving is. We started doing Thursday evenings because it’s sacrificial for us. We don’t want to give what doesn’t cost us anything.” It’s sacrificial in more ways than one– the McCormicks live 45 minutes away. Zeek Tolley, Rick’s son-in-law, who plays and sings, joined as a HHOP volunteer because “I felt the presence of God was easily accessible in the prayer room. It keeps me going even when I’m tired. It’s also helped me to learn how to worship when I’m by myself and how to usher in His presence.”  The family brings themselves to Him and lead others to do the same. It’s giving at its best. Are you inspired by this family? Sow...
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Melissa – YWAM Boston

“Getting to be a part of Take the City was such a blessing both in seeing how God moved in the lives of the people I met as well as how he moved in my heart. I was so encouraged to be surrounded by people willing to passionately pray for their city and the people in it. As we worshipped, people would stop and ask what was going on and we got to talk and pray with them. I felt a greater desire to pray for our nation grow in me as we sang and prayed together.”