Alt-queer realness was in effect in Sweet Auburn as Church hosted its ever-popular Sunday Service.
DJ Vicki Powell was on hand as always, and she brought along Deep South ATL compatriot Brian Rojas to spin the night away.
Sunday Service goes back years, with drag queen drop-ins, holiday hysteria, Easter hijinks or just some good old fashioned cocktail worship.
It’s one of the reasons Church frequents so many “Best Bar” lists!
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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