Current Events


Sunday Adult Education: This Sunday at 9:15 we continue the series ‘Reading Between the Lines’. The curriculum is tied to the Church year. Each Sunday focuses on one or more of the readings we hear in Sunday worship. The class is held in the parish hall. This Sunday’s reading from the Gospel of John 9:1-41.  G. Yandell

Lent Program with Dr. David Pacini 5:00 Wednesdays: David Pacini began his series on the Great Vigil in the parish hall. He will teach not only this Wednesday, March 15, but also on the 2 ensuing Wednesday evenings in Lent and on Wednesday in Holy Week. This is an intriguing series, all about the Great Vigil and its theology, its treatment over the centuries and its biblical background. His slides of works of art illuminate the scriptures read in the Great Vigil.

The Wednesday evening programs begin with coffee/tea and snacks before Dr. Pacini’s lectures, followed by Compline (a simple evening service).  Any who wishes may stay after Compline to visit with Dr. Pacini and one another. (There will be no potluck meals on Wednesdays this Lent.) G. Yandell

The Tia Chi Class does not meet this Saturday, March 18.

Closing/Locking the Parish Hall and Gallery Doors and Conference Center: If you are among the last to leave the Church, Parish Hall or Conference Center after meetings or events, make a circuit of the doors that open onto the ball ground, as well as the gallery doors and the Conference Center doors that open onto the pavilion to make sure they’re locked. G. Yandell

The Flower Guild will have a meeting Saturday, March 25 at 10:00 am in the nave to discuss plans for Easter and the coming year. Please join us. We hope that you will also make plans to join us on Saturday, April 8, when we flower the church for Easter. Lynn Miller and Melinda Edwards 

Holy Family at Bent Tree: Save the Date! We will celebrate Tax Day by having lunch together at The Tavern at Bent Tree at noon on Saturday, April 15. Please tell me if you can come by calling or texting me at 404-357-7569, or emailing me at or 404-357-7569

Earthquake Relief Effort:  Episcopal Relief & Development is already working with partners to provide support. Please join Episcopal Relief & Development in their efforts to provide support to the victims of the Turkey/Syria earthquakes by visiting to make a donation.

Rio Grande Borderland Ministries (RGBM) is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande that provides humanitarian support to vulnerable people in our border communities. RGBM is working to provide shelters on both sides of the Texas/Mexico border that spans from Juarez to the easternmost edge of Big Bend National Park.

Ukraine Relief:  For links to donate to the International Disaster Response Fund and a list of other organizations you might consider if you wish to help Ukraine relief efforts, please visit our home page at