To see the world awakened to the wonder of God and His Transcultural Church
God wants to know us personally. More than just practicing religion, He wants a relationship with us. Our weekend services are where we focus on that relationship. Whether you’re new to faith, have questions, or have been a Christ follower for a long time, our services are a safe place to learn more about what it means to know God and grow closer to Him.
One of the ways God designed for us to live in freedom is to have people in our life to help us in the journey. Connecting with others in Highlands Small Groups is a practical and enjoyable way to find that kind of life-changing community.
Discover Your Purpose
We’re all an important part of God’s plan, and our life will never make sense until we discover our purpose. The Renovation Growth Track is designed to help us take steps in the important process of discovering our purpose. Growth Track happens at 1:15p the first three Sundays of every month.
Make A Difference
This is God’s ultimate plan for our life–to make a difference in the lives of others. When we do, the Bible tells us we will experience joy. Through the Renovation Ambassador Team, we hope to connect every person to an opportunity to live out their calling by using their gifts and talents to serve others in the church and the community.
Our Senior Pastor
Pastor Léonce B. Crump Jr. is an author, international speaker, and co-founder—along with his wife Breanna—of Renovation Church in Atlanta. In 2008 Crump answered God’s call to relocate from Tennessee to Atlanta and begin the process of planting Renovation Church. He details the obstacles he and his family faced and the revelations he uncovered during this process in his first book, Renovate: Changing Who You Are by Loving Where You Are (Multnomah Books, Feb. 16, 2016). A champion for the Church’s participation in focused and intentional cultural renewal, Crump is the leading voice of a generation committed to operating as God’s redemptive agents in the earth.
Before committing his life to pastoral ministry, and civil rights activism, Léonce was a collegiate All American in wrestling, nearly made the World Team in wrestling and a professional football player. He has been in ordained ministry for nearly 20 years and holds multiple graduate degrees. He and Breanna reside in Atlanta with their three daughters and son.