We meet for worship every Sunday afternoon from 4:00 to 5:30 pm near 9 Besarion Jghenti St. (Scroll down for directions.)
What to Expect
Our service is in English because it's a convenient international language, but we welcome people from around the world. You'll see people from China, Korea, India, Nigeria, Georgia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, Brazil, and many other countries.
Before the service, we have coffee, juice and snacks available for you near the entrance. There is also a welcome table where you can introduce yourself and ask any questions.
During the service, we sing songs of praise to God, read the Scriptures, listen to a Christ-centred message based on a passage from the Bible, and participate in Holy Communion together.
Near the end of the service, we invite our guests to stand up and introduce themselves, if they want. We always try to give a warm welcome, because we all know what it feels like to be a stranger!
Kids are welcome to remain in the service for half an hour of singing. Before the sermon begins, we will announce that they may go to their class for an age-appropriate lesson and fun activities. (Of course, they're also welcome to stay for the sermon if they won't be too disruptive.)
Nursery (0 - 2 years) and Non-readers (2-5 years)
On the ground floor.
Readers (6-11 years)
On the second floor, at the top of the stairs.
Health and Safety
In order to comply with public safety regulations, we will require you to wear a mask and we will be checking your temperature at the door.
How to Find Us
We meet near 9 Besarion Jgenti St in Tbilisi (Google Maps). Look for the white building with the large cross in front.
Driving? There is parking along the road in front of the church.
Taking a taxi? If you’re using the popular Bolt (Taxify) app, just enter TICF as your destination. (This is probably the easiest way for newcomers to Georgia to find us.)
If your taxi driver is having trouble finding us, show him these instructions in Georgian:
ზუსტი ადგილ მდებარეობა, მე-3 და მე -4 პლატოს შოროს, მთავარი გზა მიმავალი 112-ს ცენტრისკენ, ავტოსამრეცხაოსა და სუპერმარკეტ ზაღაპრის გვერდით, ცალკე მდგომი ორსართულიანი შენობა, შენობის წინ თეთრი, დიდი რკინის ჯვარია.
Taking a marshrutka? From Delisi metro station, take Marshutka #58.
Taking the bus? From Delisi metro station, take bus #88 or #99. Google Maps will provide you with transit directions from anywhere in Tbilisi.