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Young Adults

Whether you’re in your 20s or 30s, single or married, with or without children, we celebrate your presence in our community! We enjoy opportunities to study, serve, socialize, and sustain our spirits together on our block and in our wider city. Wherever and however you choose to participate in our activities, we look forward to knowing you.

Please note that our church buildings and campus are temporarily closed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but we are active online!

Questions? Contact the Rev. Sarah Stewart, Associate Rector for Young Adults and Innovation, at sstewart@allsaintsatlanta.org.


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Upcoming opportunities to:


Study

Jesus As A Radical Revolutionary

Join our young adults for a lively discussion on racial and social justice, leveraging Ibram X. Kendi’s book, How to be An Antiracist. Excerpts to springboard our conversation will be available for those who may not have the book. Kendi’s text will kick off our Young Adult fall formation series, held the first Thursday of each month, exploring topics of revolution, dissent, disruption, and change in society and the church. These discussions begin at 7:00 p.m., followed by Compline prayers at 8:00 p.m. Please click here to sign up for this gathering, which is led by Justin Averette.

Virtual Brunch and Bible

Gather ‘round our virtual/communal table the second Sunday of each month, starting September 13, for a lively bring-your-own-brunch conversation with peers and mentors. You only need a posture of respect and generosity (and a suitable mobile device) to be in the “Zoom Where It Happens” as we explore God’s Living Word in scripture and in the unfolding texts of our lives. Please click here to sign up for this gathering, which is led by Mark Kolojejchick-Kotch.


Serve

All Saints’ Cares: Young Adults and Emmaus House

Our Young Adults’ Service Team is writing to thank each of you for your collaboration in raising $100 for Emmaus House, as our collective focus partner in the All Saints’ Cares initiative. Thank you for your generosity!

Among the many ways you can continue to help Emmaus House continue serving the Peoplestown community, especially at-risk youth, their families, and the elderly, please consider:


Socialize

August “Saints Untapped” Virtual Happy Hour

We’re excited to have our inaugural “Saints Take On Atlanta” trivia challenge, complete with prizes. Whether you come for the fellowship and fun or find yourself gunning for the coveted gift cards to local eateries, we look forward to playing with you! Download the free app “Kahoot” to participate in trivia. Please click here to sign up for this gathering, which is led by Michael Asmussen.

 


Sustain Your Spirit

 Virtual Evening Prayer

We gather weekly for communal prayer using the service of Compline from the Book of Common Prayer. Please click here to sign up for this group, which is led by Justin Averette.

 


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