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1. What are dna Sundays?

Beginning the month of August, we will begin a sermon series that walks through the DNA of Blueprint Church. What makes DNA Sundays different from our usual Sunday service, is that we will be leveraging Sundays to gather within the homes of designated Blueprint host families. We want to teach the DNA of Blueprint, as well as have people experience it. By gathering locally, DNA Sundays give us the ability to bring a tangible expression of the gospel where we live, work, and play.


2. is Blueprint church still having sunday services?

We will not be having our regular Sunday Services at Blueprint Church during this time. Missional Communities will instead be clustering together to meet in the homes of designated Blueprint host families. If you are a first-time visitor, you are welcome to join the families that will be meeting at Blueprint Church.


3. what is the format for dna sundays?

It will follow a very similar format to regular Sunday services. See the template below.

 1: Welcome/Updates/Announcements

 2: Prayer

 3: Worship

 4: Message/Sermon (Video)

 5: Worship + Offering

 6: Prayer

 7: Q + A


4. Where will we meet?

We will be gathering within the homes of designated Blueprint host families. These gatherings will primarily be through Missional Communities clustering together. See below for which Missional Communities will be clustering. If you have not yet joined a Missional Community, please contact Corwin@blueprintchurch.org  for a recommended host home location.

What is a Missional Community?

 1: Clarkston (The William’s)

 2: Duluth/Snellville (The Guyton’s)

 3: Emory/Clairemont (Emory Campus)

 4: Glenwood (The White’s)

 5: Grant Park (The Cox’s)

 6: Georgia Tech & Georgia State (Blueprint Church)

 7: Lithonia (The Oglesby’s)

 8: Mableton/Symryna/WestSide/College Park (Chris Duncan's)

 9: Marietta (The Penner’s)

 10: N. Druid Hills (Daniel White’s)

 11: O4W [Jackson-Parkway, Neighbors, Midtown, & Homepark] (Blueprint Church)

 12: Sandy Springs (Davis Webb’s)


5. what time do we meet?

Same time as regular Sunday Services at Blueprint! Sundays at 10:30am.


6. when will we resume regular sunday services?

We plan to resume regular Sunday Services in the month of September.


7. how do we give towards tithes and offerings?

We highly recommend giving through the Blueprint Church App (Download Here!) Once you launch the app, you can give within either the “Welcome” or the “Connect” tab on the bottom right. You can also give online


8. Will there be childcare?

Yes. Each host home will have designated childcare volunteers that will teach from a curriculum catered to the children.


9. What if we serve on sundays?

If you serve on any of the Blueprint service teams: Hello World, Parking, Host, Music, Stewardship, Sound, or Pro Presenter, please contact your team lead for information about serving in the month of August. You may scheduled to serve during DNA Sundays within your host location.


10. do we still meet our regular mc gatherings?

Yes, Missional Communities will still be meeting during the month of August. DNA Sundays should not affect your normal Missional Community rhythms.


11. how can we view or listen to sermons if we miss a sunday?

All content for the DNA Sundays will be made available the following week of each DNA Sunday in the Blueprint Church App  (Download Here!) and on the Website.


12. who can we contact for more information?

If you have any additional questions or concerns you can e-mail info@blueprintchurch.org or call 404-963-1209.