Stockbridge Community Church was established in 1978 in a rented convenience store at College Street and Main Street in Forest Park, GA.
In the early 80s, the congregation began to rent a brick house on College Street and North Avenue. As the congregation grew, a foundation was poured behind the house to establish an official church building.
On April 9, 1995, Jeff Daws and his family moved to Forest Park to begin his ministry as the lead pastor to about 70 people in the established church. After two years, it became evident that a move would have to accommodate the growing congregation. A church in Rex, GA, was coming available, and history would be written. Two congregations would merge to become the Rex Church of God in April of 1997. Still, after moving into modular buildings for educational space and extending parking, the church became landlocked and needed to expand even more.
After just a few short months on the market, the church sold and the congregation moved to Stockbridge Middle School and officially became Stockbridge Community Church in early May of 2001. Groundbreaking for the new building would take place on September 9, 2001, on Highway 155. The congregation would remain in the school for two years.
On June 1, 2003, SCC moved to its current home at 4401 Highway 155.