We are called to put our faith into action—to identify and respond to pastoral needs in our parish community, so that all may experience the reconciling love of Christ.
Nancy Chandler, Vestry Liaison, 404.722.1070
The Rev. Dr. Sharon Hiers, Staff Liaison, 404.373.8338
The card ministry sends cards to parishioners when there is a death in the family, a hospitalization, or other serious crisis.
Regina Kay, 770.335.2289
Members of the Brigade provide meals and other kinds of support to parishioners in times of challenge and crisis—a new baby, an illness, a death in the family, as yet another way of showing our love and concern for people in need.
Eucharistic Visitors, also known as Home Communion Ministers, extend the Eucharist beyond the church itself by taking the sacrament to sick or shut-in parishioners. Any adult communicant may be licensed to serve with permission and training from the rector.
When a family requests it, parishioners are available to put together a simple reception in Jones Hall following the funeral service. This can be a real comfort to families as they struggle with the grief of having lost someone.
Guild of the Christ Child
This guild is for newborns and their families. Please contact the clergy and/or your shepherd when a child is born or adopted. A bootie with your names and the child’s name will be placed on the Guild of the Christ Child bulletin board in the crossing hall. A member of the guild will also visit your home to deliver a gift for your child.
Transporters offer rides to church.