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Oh Lord: Church Opens in Athens This Friday

The opening date is officially set.

Matthew Wong/Eater Atlanta

After a some delays to appease the Athens health department, Sister Louisa's Church will open its doors this Friday. The bar, owner Grant Henry's second location after the original on Edgewood Avenue, will serve from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m, according to an enthusiastic announcement on Facebook.

Y'ALL MOTHERFUCKERS NEED JESUS!!!

GRAND OPENING
CHURCH ATHENS
THIS FRIDAY
OCTOBER 24TH, 2014

from 4pm to 2am.

GETCHER ASSES TO CHURCH!

For those not in the know, Church's overall theme is religious kitsch that is either hilarious or incredibly offensive, depending on one's disposition. The walls are adorned with Henry's (Sister Louisa's) art, which features Christian imagery captioned with fairly explicit, and not so subtle, innuendo. There's also a skylight that reads "Fuck Fear," Henry's mantra.

The Classic City version of Church is is situated at 254 West Clayton Street near the Georgia Theatre.


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