WELCOME TO HOLY FAMILY
We are an all-inclusive, diverse group of Christians dedicated to revealing Jesus by our actions in service to others. Outreach is in our DNA. We live this by creating and engaging in vibrant ministries both near and far. This is our vision, mission, and passion.
A Visiting link at the top of this page gives more information about who we are and what we do. Please also view a tour of our campus and visit our Facebook pages, Episcopal Church of the Holy Family and Music at Holy Family, to get to know us better.
Feel free to call with any questions you might have. Our contact information is at the bottom of this page.
Update on Covid Precautions: Based on the current infection rates in the four county area, Holy Family is adopting the following practices:
Making mask wearing optional
Offering Communion via the common cup for sipping or intinction (dipping the wafer into the wine) from the chalice at the altar rail
Continuing the option of receiving wine-infused wafers, plain wafers, and gluten-free wafers at the east transcept
George’s interview with architect Garland Reynolds about the design of our church building and worship space.
Coffee Hour: Coffee and simple refreshments begin after each Sunday morning service. Come join us!
Adult Education Ideas Session: October 9 at 9:15 am in the Parish Hall and on Zoom.
Morning Prayer, Wednesday Mornings at 8:30 a.m. on Facebook: For the morning prayer that falls on the last Wednesday of each month through March 2023, Byron & Anne Tindall will lead from a variety of old Books of Common Prayer.
Legacy Ladies: October 10 at noon in the Conference Center.
Wonderful Wednesday at Holy Family: October 19 at 5:00 pm at Holy Family Pavilion by the Conference Center.
Church Chicks: Thursday, October 20 at 11:30 am at Amicalola Falls State Park Lodge. Contact June Giglia.
Hurricane Relief and Recovery Efforts: Episcopal Relief & Development www.episcopalrelief.org
Ukraine Relief: Partner with Episcopal Relief & Development by donating to the International Disaster Response Fund. Additionally, included on this list of organizations for those who wish to make a donation for Ukraine is the prayer written by Archbishop Justin Welby for the Ukrainian people.
Worship (In Person, Live Streaming and Recorded)
There is an in person Sunday morning Holy Eucharist Rite I at 8 am. This service is not live streamed or recorded.
There is an in person Sunday morning Holy Eucharist Rite II at 10:30 am which can be viewed live on Facebook and on YouTube. The service is also recorded and can be viewed on this web site, on Facebook and on YouTube.
Morning Prayer (Live Streaming and Recorded)
- Wednesdays – Morning Prayer at 8:30 am