WELCOME TO HOLY FAMILY

Click the picture for a video message from our rector.

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.

 

Covid

New Guidance from the Diocese for Worship Services:  Because of the increase in cases locally, and in accord with the most recent guidance from the Diocese of Atlanta, new policies have been adopted by the Worship Ministry and will start this Sunday: 

Masks are required for all parishioners attending indoor meetings and worship services, regardless of vaccination status. Masks will be available at Sunday services for those who forget their own. For more information see the latest Happenings.

There is no need to pre-register to attend services.

There is no longer a requirement to assign and record seating for those who attend services.

Parishioners may enter and exit the gallery and the nave through any door.

Wine infused and plain wafers bagged and unbagged are distributed at the communion rail.

Don’t Miss!

Lessons & Carols: Please join us on Sunday, December 12 at 4:00 pm for a very special and favorite Holy Family tradition of this wondrous season, Lessons and Carols.

The impact of:

Sunday Adult Education: 

  • Adult Education Offering in Advent: The First Christmas by Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan Starting this Sunday, November 28 in the 9:15 zoom class. Adult Education Material

For more information on all the above, see the latest Touchstone.

Holy Family Book Club: Mark your calendars now for our winter book club gathering on Wednesday, January 26, at 6 pm, when we will discuss Jim Wallis’s highly acclaimed book, America’s Original Sin. For more information see the Nov. 14th Touchstone.

Worship (In Person, Live Streaming and 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

There is an in person Sunday morning Holy Eucharist Rite I at 8 am.

 

Morning Prayer (Live Streaming and Recorded)