Aaron Coe

Aaron B. Coe

Pastor at Passion City Church

Location:
515 Garson Drive Ne, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
HQ Phone:
(770) 910-2245

General Information

Experience

Vice President and Church Planter and Director of Collegiate Ministries - The North American Mission Board Inc

Education

J.D. Greear

Masters degreeSouthern Seminary

degree - Recording Industry Management , Middle Tennessee State University

Affiliations

Executive Board Member - ThisChurch

Vice President for Mobilization for the North American Mission Board - Southern Baptist Convention Inc

Founder - AT&T Inc.

Member - Blueprint Church

Lead Pastor - Gallery Church

Founder - Leadership Journey

Founder - City Uprising Inc

Recent News  

North Cobb Christian School - Eagles E-news - February 25, 2016

Upper School students will hear from a variety of local pastors including George Wright, Pastor at Cedarcrest Church, Jeff Hidden, Pastor at Victory Church, Aaron Coe, a pastor at Passion City Church, and Brian Bloye, Pastor at West Ridge Church.

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Healing emerges in New York at 6-year mark of Sept. 11 attack

Aaron Coe, pastor of The Gallery Church, a church planted in response to the 9/11 attacks, told Baptist Press he also sees evidence that people in the city, while not forgetting the magnitude of the event, are looking forward.
"New Yorkers are very resilient people, and I just don't see a lot of the emotional trauma that you might expect today," Coe said. Coe said Southern Baptists took advantage of the opportunities that arose when something meant for evil could be used for good. First came a massive disaster relief effort, then came the church plants. "9/11 threw open a window of opportunity for ministry here in the city, and the relief effort directly related to what happened at Ground Zero only lasted about nine months or so," Coe said. At The Gallery Church, Coe said they paused to remember the sixth anniversary during worship services on the previous Sunday. They showed a reflection video with some pictures pertaining to the attacks, followed by a special time of prayer. "Really, our vision for the city is one of wanting to see God move spiritually and kind of rebuild the spiritual climate of the city," Coe said. Like Goubran and Coe, Rourk also mentioned the innate ability of New Yorkers to recover from the terrorist attacks.

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MISSIONS 365 RESOURCES

Life on Mission: Joining the Everyday Mission of God, by Aaron Coe and Dustin Willis

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