Lee May has announced plans to launch his Transforming Faith Church in DeKalb County. May, who formerly served as interim CEO of DeKalb County for three years, said he plans to hold what he calls “worship preview services” on June 11, July 9, Aug. 13 and Sept. 10, at 9 a.m., at Southwest DeKalb High School, 2863 Kelley Chapel Road in Decatur. He said the actual launch is scheduled for Sept. 10. That’s when the church will begin hosting weekly services, he said.
“The preview services are just to give you a bit of flavor about how we worship. “Our goal is to minister to every aspect of life—our marriages, our communities, finances, our health, our wealth, our world,” said May.
May said he hopes to help transform lives as he teaches those who come to how to have a meaningful relationship with Christ. He said he has been working with a team of people to help him develop the church, which will serve people of all ages and was founded on the biblical scripture in Romans 12:2.
May said he and his wife, Robin, are excited about this new chapter in their lives. The couple, who met and became college sweethearts while attending historic Clark Atlanta University, have three daughters
“It’s one of the scariest things we’ve ever done but it’s also one of the most exciting,” said May, who grew up as a preacher’s kid and went on to earn a Masters of Divinity degree from Emory University’s Candler school of Theology. “When we launch in September, our goal is to have a fully functioning church that ministers beyond the weekly worship service.”
May invites the public to get to know him in ministry every Wednesday at noon as he hosts live talks on Facebook.
More information about Transforming Faith Church can be found at www.transformingfaithchurch.com. Those who would like to get involved with the church may email May at firstname.lastname@example.org.