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Sunday Adult Christian Formation

The Rev. Kim JacksonLocated in the heart of the city, All Saints’ Adult Formation series displays our true heart for the city. We welcome you to share with us as we engage in meaningful conversations about issues facing our city and broader community. This month, together, we’ll think, pray and discuss issues that
impact all of us – from learning to practice contemplative prayer to finding God in art – we invite you to come explore these issues and more with us.

For more information about Adult Christian Formation, contact The Rev. Kim Jackson at 404–267–4276 or For information about weekday Adult Christian Formation opportunities please visit​

Them, Us, and We: Spiritual Reflections on Alvin Ailey’s Revelations

January 21, 28, February 4*, 18, in Ellis Hall (*meets in The Attic on February 4)
Let The Reverend Angela Denise Davis, M.Div., M.S., CRC, take you on an exploration of embodiment, community, and difference using Alvin Ailey’s dance masterpiece, Revelations, as a carrier oil for dialogue. Together you’ll examine the significance of African American sacred music, black bodies and black spirituality, and the use of art to encourage communities of “we-ness.”

Angela Denise Davis is an ordained minister whose areas of focus are diversity training for congregations, art as a means of spiritual direction, spiritual activism, career discernment and preparedness, and disability awareness training. She currently directs a spiritual collective, Sister Harriet, which she started in 2010, and provides career counseling for blind and visually impaired job seekers through her business, Braille South.

This four-week series culminates with an invitation to join Arts and Theology at the matinée performance of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company at the Fox Theatre on Sunday, February 18 at 3:00 p.m. For more information about Arts Theology email Matt Collins at

Sharpening Your Classical Music Ears with Bob Edge

Sundays, January 21 through February 18, in the Ross Room

Bob Edge’s music classes focus on helping the class members increase their enjoyment of great music by sharpening their listening skills. The masterpieces to be discussed will be: Mozart’s Requiem (January 21), Chopin’s Nocturnes for piano (January 28), Richard Strauss’ Alpine Symphony (February 4), and Bizet’s Carmen (February 11 and 18). While the subject matter maybe serious, the teacher is determined to make the sessions fun for everyone, regardless of his or her level of musical knowledge. Come and enjoy.

Jesus on the Front Page

Every Sunday, P307, Parish House

Join House Representative Mary Margaret Oliver in an ongoing discussion about what’s happening in the Georgia Legislature and how we are called as Christians to respond in the public arena, in our private lives and in our prayers. For more information, email Ethel Ware Carter at

Church 101: From the Pulpit to the Altar

Sundays, January 21 through February 4, in the church

Join Head Verger, Bruce Garner, for a 4-week class about the liturgical dance that takes place during worship. You’ll explore the names, reasons, and customs that take place in the sacred area of the church between the front pew and the high altar.

Safeguarding God’s Children

Sundays, January 21, 28, and Sunday, February 4
3-Part/1-Hour Certification Classes;10:10–11:05 a.m., location to be determined
Wednesday, February 21, 3-Hour Certification Class 6:00–9:00 p.m. in P305/306

The Episcopal Church is committed to faith communities that are nurturing and safe spaces for children and adults. Safeguarding God’s Children (SGC) is a training program for the prevention of sexual misconduct used across the Episcopal Church, providing participants information they need to protect the well-being of children, and to provide guidance on the establishment of healthy boundaries between children and the adults who care for them.

Through the course of the new year, All Saints’ will be offering a number of in-person training sessions as well as directing parishioners to online training options as we seek to build our awareness and skills to ensure that our church community follows best practices for the safeguarding of children and adults. In the new year, parishioners in various ministry roles will receive a letter from the rector inviting them either to take or to refresh their training. Further opportunities for training will be facilitated by the church through the coming year.

For more information contact The Rev. Tim Black at 404–267–4277 or

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