Sunday Mornings

For the most up-to-date information on class times and locations, visit our parish calendar or News & Events webpage.

Jesus on the Front Page
Sundays, 10:20—11:05 a.m., P305-306, Parish House
Join an ongoing discussion of the news of the day and how we are called as Christians to respond in the public arena, in our private lives and in our prayers. For more information, contact Ethel Ware Carter at


Parenting with God: The Spiritual Child
Sunday, February 24 through March 24, 10:20—11:05 a.m., P307, Parish House
Facilitated by Kathy Roberts and Kara Wilkes
Feeling irrelevant to your teen – dismissed, ignored, or pushed away? There is Good News, according to the science of adolescent spiritual development, you are absolutely essential. Adolescence is a time of spiritual awakening; a crucial window of engaging with spiritual reality. Learn how to continue to incorporate spirituality into your teen’s life during this month-long class. For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at

The Prayer Book as a Guide for Spiritual Life
Sundays, March 10, 24, and 31, 10:20–11:05 a.m., Ross Room, Parish House
Sunday, March 17, 10:20-11:05 a.m., Shaffer Room, Parish House
Led By The Rev. Tim Black
We often think of Lent as a time to remove things from our lives, but we can also add or deepen spiritual practices like prayer and the study of scripture. During this four-week series, take a fresh look at the Book of Common Prayer, with new insights and practical applications to help us strengthen our relationships with God and one another during Lent and beyond. For more information, contact the Rev. Tim Black at

Book Study & Pilgrimage: The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James Cone
Sundays, March 10, 17, and April 7: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 435 Peachtree St NE;
March 24 and 31: Ellis Hall, 4:00–5:30 p.m.
April 13: Pilgrimage to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, Montgomery, Alabama
During Lent, join Dr. Catherine Meeks, Executive Director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, for a five-week book study for parishioners here and at St. Luke’s based on The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James Cone. The book study culminates in a pilgrimage to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which commemorates the 4,000+ victims of lynching from 1877 to 1950. Please note that the meetings alternate between the two parishes each week; participation in the book study is required to go on the pilgrimage. Register online at For more information, contact The Rev. Kim Jackson at

Stories of the Saints: Ethel Ware Carter
Sunday, March 24, 10:20—11:05 a.m., Fireplace Room, Tate Hall
Each month this spring, members of our community will share meaningful personal narratives, with topics ranging from facing adversity to humorous incidents and everything in between. This month, join longtime parishioner Ethel Ware Carter for our second storytelling session. Ethel Ware has been at home in the All Saints’ community for over 40 years and she is thankful for so much, EfM, red lipstick, pimento cheese. For more information, contact The Rev. Kim Jackson at

Rector’s Forum: For the City
This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World
Sunday, March 31, 10:20-11:05 a.m., Ellis Hall, Parish House
We’re excited to welcome Sophfronia Scott, author of This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World, and her son Tain Gregory. Tain is a survivor of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, which began a profound journey of healing and faith. They will discuss questions like, “How can we help children and teens have real faith in the world we live in today?” and “Why bother with religion in this increasingly secular world?” Sophfronia will also be our guest preacher at the 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. services that Sunday. For more information, contact The Rev. Kim Jackson at



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