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Lenten Meditations

Daily Lenten Meditations

You are invited to walk with us on your Lenten journey. Receive daily meditations created by parishioners and clergy in your email box each morning during Lent, or read the meditations on our website. Join the Lenten Meditations Email List, accessible from our homepage at, or view the meditations at

The Great Litany in Procession

1 Lent, Sunday, February 18,
9:00 and 11:15 a.m. in the church

The Great LitanyThe featured music of Lent will be introspective and reflective, adding a beautiful spiritual depth to our Lenten observance. “Missa Brevis” by British composer Harold Darke, will be sung by the All Saints’ Adult Choir within the context of the service.

Teach Us How to Pray

Sundays, March 4 through March 18,
10:20–11:05 a.m., in P305/P306

Have you ever felt like you don’t know what to do or say when you want to pray? Or are you interested in kindling, deepening and exploring the Christian tradition of prayer? This formation opportunity is open to all who desire to learn about prayer. Each week will focus on different types of prayer. For more information email The Rev. Kim Jackson at

Children and Youth Ministries: Join the Diocesan Hunger Walk

2 Lent, Sunday, February 25, 12:00–4:00 p.m.,
Georgia State University Turner Field

Walk so the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia can support hunger-related ministries in our Episcopal parishes. The parish that raises the most money will be awarded the Bishop’s Cup: a trophy and a $3,400 grant for your parish’s outreach ministries! Details will be announced via the weekly Youth and Children’s emails. For more information contact Kathy Roberts at or The Rev. Tim Black at

GOSH: Youth Service Day

Saturday, March 24, from 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.,
All Saints’ campus

Our Youth will serve alongside fellow parishioners of all generations, planting, cleaning and beautifying All Saints’ campus in preparation for Easter. For more information contact The Rev. Tim Black at

Annual Lenten Women’s Retreat: Live Into Resurrection

Thursday through Sunday, March 15–18
Pawleys Island, South Carolina

The Rev. Monica Mainwaring will lead our Lenten retreat, guiding us through the death/resurrection themes of the liturgical seasons alongside the personalized failure/try-again themes of life, borrowing from three books: Jana Riess’s Flunking Sainthood, Richard Rohr’s Falling Upward, and Brene Brown’s Rising Strong. You will find hope in the conversation and fellowship taking place at this years’ women’s retreat. Register early, space is limited. Single rooms are available at $275 each; shared rooms are $200/person. For more information, contact Lauri Begley at 404–267–4273 or

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