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COVID-19 Updates

We have temporarily closed ALL in-person activities and events as a church to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Please note that this includes 12-step and support group meetings. We are holding everyone in prayer during this difficult time of social distancing.

Please continue to monitor this page of our website for updates.


Worship This Week:

Worship online with us on Facebook. If you do not have a Facebook account, please join us on Vimeo.

  • Morning Prayer, Rite II | on Facebook and Vimeo 
  • Children’s Church | on Facebook and Vimeo 
    • Dates: Sundays
    • Time: 8:00 a.m.
  • In-Person, Outdoor Worship | Kennedy Courtyard at All Saints’
    • Dates: Sundays
    • Times: 11:15 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m.
    • Everyone is welcome. All participants must follow the church’s COVID-19 protocols and register ahead of time.
    • Click here to learn more and register >>
  • Noonday Prayer | on Facebook 
    • Dates: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
    • Time: 12:05 p.m.
  • Compline Prayers | on Zoom 
    • Dates: Thursdays
    • Time: 8:00 p.m.
    • Everyone is welcome to join this Zoom meeting with our young adults.
    • Please click here to sign up for this group, which is led by Justin Averette.
  • A Service of Recovery and Healing | on Zoom 
    • Dates: Second Sunday of Each Month
    • Time: 4:30 p.m.
    • We focus on one of the 12 Steps in the context of an Evening Prayer service. Anyone interested in recovery is welcome to join this Zoom meeting; confidentiality is required.
    • Please click here to sign up for this group and Ellen Porter will send you the details.
Need help joining us online?

To read detailed, step-by-step instructions, click here >>

Want to watch past worship services?

To watch worship services from previous Sundays, click here >>


Adult Formation:

Our fall classes began on Sunday, August 16. Click here to learn more >>

Youth and Children’s Formation:

Our fall classes began on Sunday, September 20. Click here to register >>


Recent Parish Wide Email Updates:

  • Monday, October 19: In-Person, Outdoor Worship at All Saints’. Read here >>
  • Friday, October 16: Friday E-News. Read here >>
  • Thursday, October 1: October Monthly. Read here >>
  • Wednesday, July 29: An Update on COVID-19 Protocols from All Saints’. Read here>>
  • Sunday, June 14: A call to the parish from Simon Mainwaring. Read here >>

To subscribe to our email lists, click here >>


All Saints’ Cares

We invite you to join us in showing the city of Atlanta that All Saints’ Cares for those around us. There are many opportunities to serve, to support, and to grow in friendship with neighbors near and far. Click here to learn more >>


Frequently Asked Questions:

How long will in-person worship and other church activities remain suspended? When will we back in the church?

The rector, staff, and vestry continue to monitor the situation daily, but exactly how long cannot be named with any certainty given our protocols are based on public health data that is still emerging within metro-Atlanta and the state of Georgia as a whole. We have convened a Public Health Task Force made up of parishioners who each offer a level of pertinent expertise. We have begun offering limited, outdoor worship and pilgrimage opportunities on campus: click here to learn about outdoor worship and click here to learn about our labyrinth walk.

What will happen to hourly staff at All Saints’, such as sextons, paid singers, nursery caretakers, and security personnel? Will they still be paid?

Some of our hourly paid staff are currently doing a limited amount of work on our campus, such as cleaning and providing music for online worship services. Regardless, we are committed to providing all budgeted compensation to our staff and will treat any lost hours as paid time off.

Are the clergy still available to provide pastoral care? How do I add a name to the prayer list?

Yes, however, nearly all pastoral care occurs via phone and other electronic channels. Please do not hesitate to get in touch should you have a pastoral need or if you would like to add a name to our prayer list. Email Pat Kiley at patkiley@allsaintsatlanta.org.

How do I pay my pledge?

You can make pledge payments online here, or you can send checks by mail. We continue to receive mail at the church office.

What about our core ministries?
  • Covenant Community‘s business office is closed. Deborah Van Trece, the amazing chef who prepares our Wednesday Night Suppers (and food for many other church events), is cooking dinner for the men of Covenant Community twice a week during this time of social distancing.
  • Threads, our children’s clothing ministry, is closed until further notice.
  • Refugee Ministries has temporarily suspended all in-person volunteer activities, but we are working to make sure that our families have enough groceries and medical supplies.
  • Midtown Assistance Center (MAC) is providing remote assistance to Atlantans in need. Click here to learn more.
  • Respite Care Atlanta has temporarily suspended in-person gatherings until it is safe to resume.
How can we serve?

We’ve created a service initiative called All Saints’ Cares! Click here to learn more.


Helpful Links:


A prayer for those who are critically ill and those facing uncertainty:

God of the present moment,
God who in Jesus stills the storm
And soothes the frantic heart;
Bring hope and courage to us
As we wait in uncertainty.
Bring hope that you will make us the equal of whatever lies ahead.
Bring us courage to endure what cannot be avoided,
For your will is health and wholeness;
You are God, and we need you.
Amen.

(adapted from the New Zealand Prayer Book)

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