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A Note From the Rector

Dear Saints,

Thank you to each of you who took part in the strategic planning parish survey. To give you a sense of the wonderful level of engagement the survey witnessed, when I sent on to the Music Director Search Committee members this week just the comments pertaining to worship and music at All Saints’, the document was 47 pages long. I give thanks to God that the Saints are not shy with words! We continue to discern our path ahead and equip ourselves for our ministries to the world around us with a day’s workshop on Saturday, May 5 in Ellis Hall. All are welcome to attend, especially those who have an interest in learning how online tools can help us connect with younger generations and share our story as a church. You can register by contacting Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org or by following this link: https://allsaintsatlanta.org/digital-evangelism-workshop/. Exciting times ahead for us all! Thank you for your part in our church’s life and mission.

Peace,
Simon+

 


Music Director Search Committee

Over the next several months, a Music Director search committee will work to help discern who might be called to lead music ministries at All Saints’ into the future. If you would like to reach out to them and share what matters most to you about music in our parish, please do be in touch with them directly:

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Hot Sunday Breakfast

Sundays, 8:00—9:00 a.m. in the Ellis Hall, Parish House
Take the scramble out of your Sunday morning and let us scramble up the eggs, fry the bacon, boil up the grits, and bake the biscuits for you. We also have an assortment of cereals, milk, juices and of course, coffee. $5 will keep your stomach quiet during church. No RSVP necessary.

Starbucks Coffee Month

Enjoy fellowship and a cup of hot Starbucks at breakfast and during coffee hour.

Strategic Planning Focus Group Conversations

Sundays, April 22 and 29, 10:10—11:05 a.m.
Join a focus group discussion this month on each of the six areas of our life as a church to learn more about specific areas of planning and to share your voice to the discernment process.

  • April 22: Evangelism and Communications (Ross Room) and Formation (Shaffer Room/P301)
  • April 29: Worship and Music (Ross Room) and Stewardship (Shaffer Room/P301)

Newcomer Coffee and Docent Tour

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m., meet in the Egleston Hall library
If you are new to All Saints’ or have been around for a while, meet in the Egleston Hall library for coffee and refreshments, followed by a docent-led tour of the campus. For more information, contact Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Voices from Refugees: Power and Powerless

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in Ellis Hall, Parish House
In the wake of the Sierra Leone Civil War, the reflections of two Sierra Leoneans, Ishmael Beah and Ibrihim S. Dabo, will help draw us into the common human experience of feeling powerful and powerless. This talk will begin with reading a short excerpt from Ishmael Beah’s book, A Long Way Gone, then by Ibrihim Dabo sharing some of his story, followed by smaller group reflections on the question: “When do you feel powerful and when do you feel powerless?” Sponsored by our Candler Interns. For more information, contact Louisa Merchant at louisam@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Boy Scouts at All Saints’

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in the Kennedy Courtyard
Scouts at All Saints’? The Troop 42 Scout sign at Tate Hall recalls our church’s history of providing scouting to the neighboring community along with our parish youth. With the growth of this community, there is an increasing need for a scout troop to serve it. David Cowen, a long-time scouter at Georgia Tech, and Wayne Williams, a former Troop 42 volunteer, are looking for a couple of parishioners to assist. Email your thoughts and questions to David Cowen at dzcowan@gmail.com and Wayne Williams at EWayneATL@gmail.com.

Jesus on the Front Page

Sundays, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in P307, Parish House
Facilitator: Carl Anderson

Join this weekly discussion of the news of the day, as we reflect on 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 ethelware@aol.com.

Children’s Church and Formation

  • 8:40—9:30 a.m. Children’s Church, grades K—3 in the chapel, Pritchett Children’s Center
  • 9:15—9:35 a.m. Little Saints Church, 3—4 years old on the 1st floor, Pritchett Children’s Center
  • 10:20—11:05 a.m. Formation classes, grades K—5 on the 2nd floor, Pritchett Children’s Center

For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at kroberts@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Youth Formation

10:20—11:05 a.m., grades 6—12, in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
For more information, contact The Rev. Tim Black at tblack@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Youth Leadership Meeting

Sunday, April 22, 12:30—2:00 p.m. in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
We will be reviewing the past year and getting a jump on planning for next fall. Contact Joel Smith at jsmith@allsaintsatlanta.org for more information.

Welcome All Welcomers! Welcome Team Recruitment Day

Sunday, April 22, 12:30—2:00 p.m. in P305/P306, Parish House
“Welcome, happy morning! Age to age shall say…”, as we reflect on the celebration of Easter, the new birth of spring and the hope of our faith; what a perfect time to WELCOME…not only happy morning but also friends, family, neighbors and all of the sorts of All Saints’! Many of us participated in the Invite, Welcome, Connect seminar and now it is time to move our ideas into actions (if you were not there, we would love your input and participation). We have compiled the list and have identified a few priorities but we cannot do this alone. We are looking for anyone and everyone who would like to help…WELCOME. Your commitment can be as much or a little as you like. Please join us to learn about what we are planning, to offer your input and to help make All Saints’ an even more wonderful and inclusive community. Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP by Friday, April 20 to Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org. For more information contact Beth Chaplin at 404–780–2611 or bethchaplin2014@gmail.com; or Beth Hunt at 404–788–3644 or susanbethhunt@gmail.com.


Worship

 

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Sundays in Need of Flower Memorials and Thanksgivings

Available dates for memorials or thanksgivings include the Sundays of May 20 and 27, and July 1 and 8. If you are interested in a date not listed here, you may still inquire about its availability. The offering is $150. Please note that multiple flower memorials may be printed in bulletins to accommodate our parishioners’ generosity. Contact Mark Wirtz at mwirtz@allsaintsatlanta.org to inquire about dates.


Parish Life

 

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Strategic Planning Focus Group Conversations

Sundays, April 22 and 29, 10:10—11:05 a.m.
Join a focus group discussion this month on each of the six areas of our life as a church to learn more about specific areas of planning and to share your voice to the discernment process.

  • April 22: Evangelism and Communications (Ross Room) and Formation (Shaffer Room/P301)
  • April 29: Worship and Music (Ross Room) and Stewardship (Shaffer Room/P301)

Newcomer Coffee and Docent Tour

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m., meet in the Egleston Hall library
If you are new to All Saints’ or have been around for a while, meet in the Egleston Hall library for coffee and refreshments, followed by a docent-led tour of the campus. For more information, contact Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Welcome All Welcomers! Welcome Team Recruitment Day

Sunday, April 22, 12:30—2:00 p.m. in P305/P306, Parish House
“Welcome, happy morning! Age to age shall say…”, as we reflect on the celebration of Easter, the new birth of spring and the hope of our faith; what a perfect time to WELCOME…not only happy morning but also friends, family, neighbors and all of the sorts of All Saints’! Many of us participated in the Invite, Welcome, Connect seminar and now it is time to move our ideas into actions (if you were not there, we would love your input and participation). We have compiled the list and have identified a few priorities but we cannot do this alone. We are looking for anyone and everyone who would like to help…WELCOME. Your commitment can be as much or a little as you like. Please join us to learn about what we are planning, to offer your input and to help make All Saints’ an even more wonderful and inclusive community. Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP by Friday, April 20 to Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org. For more information contact Beth Chaplin at 404–780–2611 or bethchaplin2014@gmail.com; or Beth Hunt at 404–788–3644 or susanbethhunt@gmail.com.

Yoga with Bill: A Stretch for Body and Spirit

Mondays, 2:00 p.m. in the Ross Room, Parish House
What do you do if you are stressed, tired, sad, lonely or just want to spend some great time to enlighten your whole week? Join The Rev. Bill Evans for a quiet but wonderful weekly yoga class, for beginners and the more advanced alike. Bill is a certified yoga instructor and has taught for 12 years. BYOM—bring your own mat! For more information, contact The Rev. Bill Evans at billyleeevans@gmail.com.

Wednesday Night Supper—Last One for Program Year

Wednesday, April 25, 5:00—7:00 p.m. in Ellis Hall, Parish House
Resumes in late August

Wednesday evenings are big at All Saints’! Whether you’re coming for choir practice, a formation class or a group meeting, or just to spend time with friends, join us for food and fellowship. Each meal is prepared by chef and restauranteur Deborah Van Trece. One of our clergy will lead our liturgy with Eucharist around the dining tables at 5:55 p.m. Supper is $10 per individual, $5 per university student, and $4 per child, ages 3–12 (our child-friendly buffet always includes PB&J for the pickier eaters). Enjoy a glass of wine or beer for a minimal donation. Your RSVP is appreciated, so we know how many to prepare for. Reserve your seat online before 5:00 p.m. the Monday prior, at the Parish Life table on Sunday mornings, or contact Lauri Begley at lbegley@allsaintsatlanta.org. All are welcome!

Arts Theology Explores the Delta Flight Museum

Sunday, May 20, 1:30 p.m.—4:30 p.m.
1060 Delta Blvd., Bldg. B, Dept. 914, Atlanta, 30354

Join Arts Theology for a tour of the Delta Flight Museum. Get a guided tour of the hanger, see vintage aircraft and explore the future of aviation. You’ll also see the recently added 747 and walk on its wing. This is sure to be fun for all ages. Arts Theology has negotiated a special discounted admission of $15. Tickets are limited, so sign up at the Parish Life table as soon as possible. Following the 11:15 a.m. worship service, meet in All Saints’ parking lot to carpool to lunch, and then to the museum, or meet at the museum at 1:30 p.m. Contact Matt Collins at Matt@mpcollins.com for more information.

Starting the Work of Racial Healing… by Talking with Friends

Thursdays, May 31, June 14 and Tuesday, July 17, 6:00—8:30 p.m. in the Ross Room, Parish House
Sit down to dinner with folks to talk with and get to know others who may not be like you. The Chicago Dinners Dialogue Project brings diverse groups of people together to foster community discussions about race and racism. Guests are encouraged to watch 13th (Netflix or online) or Slavery by Another Name. Dinner will be provided; please bring a dessert or an alcohol-free beverage. RSVP at eventbrite.com or by contacting Adria Kitchens at support@onesmallchangeinc.org.

Listen to the Annual Parish Meeting

Recorded Sunday, April 15, 10:20—11:20 a.m. in Ellis Hall
If you missed the Annual Parish Meeting, or just want to give it another listen, you can find it online at allsaintsatlanta.org/who-we-are/strategic-planning/, along with downloadable PDFs of our Annual Report and Financial Supplement. Find out who our newest vestry members are, and hear all that we give thanks for in the life of our parish in 2017, as we continue to look to the future and our shared ministry ahead.


Adult Formation

 

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Voices from Refugees: Power and Powerless

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in Ellis Hall, Parish House
In the wake of the Sierra Leone Civil War, the reflections of two Sierra Leoneans, Ishmael Beah and Ibrihim S. Dabo, will help draw us into the common human experience of feeling powerful and powerless. This talk will begin with reading a short excerpt from Ishmael Beah’s book, A Long Way Gone, then by Ibrihim Dabo sharing some of his story, followed by smaller group reflections on the question: “When do you feel powerful and when do you feel powerless?” Sponsored by our Candler Interns. For more information, contact Louisa Merchant at louisam@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Jesus on the Front Page

Sundays, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in P307, Parish House
Facilitator: Carl Anderson

Join this weekly discussion of the news of the day, as we reflect on 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 ethelware@aol.com.

Monday Afternoon Discussion Group

Mondays, 2:00 p.m. in P307, Parish House
“Now a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph…” So begins the story of oppression to freedom, slavery to the long journey to the promised land. Along the way, as we follow Moses where God leads him, we find out more about the God whose name is I AM. The Monday Morning Discussion Group invites you to study the book of Exodus with them. For more information, contact The Rev. Karen Evans at karenpatriciaevans@gmail.com.

Wednesday Morning Discussion Group

Wednesdays, 10:00—11:30 a.m. in P307, Parish House
Facilitated by The Rev. Dr. Jim Donald

Awaiting Pentecost and the pouring out of the Holy Spirit, we enter a time for examining the whole of the story we call Good News. Starting April 25, the Wednesday Morning Discussion Group will begin reading and discussing Luke Timothy Johnson’s 2003 basic text, The Creed: What Christians Believe and Why It Matters. Join them for this eight-week lively discussion of what Johnson summarizes as “what Christians believe and why it matters.” For more information, contact The Rev. Dr. Jim Donald at jasdonald@aol.com.

Jezebels: Women’s Book Study

Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m. in P201, Parish House
Join the Jezebels in an exploration and discussion of their book, Personal History by Katharine Graham. This 1998 Pulitzer winner is a frank, honest and generous book written by one of America’s most famous and admired women. It is also the story of the struggle in the Washington Post to succeed during one of the nation’s most turbulent times. For more information, contact Mimi Spang at mimispang@comcast.net.

Contemplative Prayer

Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. in P202, Parish House
“Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10). Let us learn about the centuries-old practice of contemplative prayer, avail ourselves of readings for reflection and discussion, and set aside time to engage in the discipline of centering prayer as a way to build communities of faith that bond us in mutual friendship and Christ’s love. All are welcome, from novices to longtime practitioners. For more information, contact Gretchen Chateau at jetteyeknight@hotmail.com.

Digital Evangelism Workshop

Led by the Presiding Bishop’s Office of Communication Saturday May 5, 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m. in the Ross Room, 3rd floor, Parish House
Join fellow Episcopalians from across the diocese for a Digital Evangelism Workshop. Jeremy Tackett and Chris Sikkema, part of the digital evangelism team for the Episcopal Church, will lead three workshops focusing on using digital media as tools for evangelism, methods of digital story-telling to communicate our ministries, and an “Evangelism 101” training, designed to introduce a fresh, humble, effective and Episcopal approach to the spiritual practice of evangelism. The only cost for the day’s training is $5 to cover the cost of lunch provided on site. All ages are welcome. RSVP online.

Samaritan Readers: Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance

Wednesday, May 9, 6:30 p.m., in P307, Parish House
Join Samaritan Readers for a discussion of Hillbilly Elegy, a passionate and personal analysis of a culture in crisis of white working-class Americans. From the book jacket: “The disintegration of this group, a process that has been slowly occurring now for over forty years, has been reported with growing frequency and alarm, but has never before been written about as searingly as from the inside. J. D. Vance tells the true story of what a social, regional and class decline feels like when you were born with it hanging around your neck.” Contact Bruce Garner at bruce.garner@att.net for more information.

Novel Theology: Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

Wednesday, May 16, 7:00—8:30 p.m. in P305/306, Parish House
Facilitator: Laura Trott

In Mrs. Dalloway, Virginia Woolf details Clarissa Dalloway’s preparations for a party of which she is to be hostess, exploring the hidden springs of thought and action in one day of a woman’s life. Before we discuss the novel, join us for our end of the year potluck beginning at 6:00 p.m. For more information, contact Amelia Tuttle at amelia.tuttle9@gmail.com.


Youth Formation

 

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Youth Formation

10:20—11:05 a.m., grades 6—12 in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
Formation takes place on Sundays during the school year, specific class dates are on the parish calendar. 6th graders, Who is Jesus?; 7th and 8th graders, Spiritual Ancestors: Characters of the Old and New Testament; 9th—12th graders, Tough but Good Questions. Each week the group tackles a new question about faith, religion, or the Bible. 10th grade confirmation groups meet from 10:20 a.m.—12:15 p.m. five Sundays a year. For more information, contact The Rev. Tim Black at tblack@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Boy Scouts at All Saints’

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in the Kennedy Courtyard
Scouts at All Saints’? The Troop 42 Scout sign at Tate Hall recalls our church’s history of providing scouting to the neighboring community along with our parish youth. With the growth of this community, there is an increasing need for a scout troop to serve it. David Cowen, a long-time scouter at Georgia Tech, and Wayne Williams, a former Troop 42 volunteer, are looking for a couple of parishioners to assist. Email your thoughts and questions to David Cowen at dzcowan@gmail.com and Wayne Williams at EWayneATL@gmail.com.

Youth Leadership Meeting

Sunday, April 22, 12:30—2:00 p.m. in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
We will be reviewing the past year and getting a jump on planning for next fall. Contact Joel Smith at jsmith@allsaintsatlanta.org for more information.

Safeguarding God’s Children Certification Class

Sunday, May 20, 12:30—3:30 p.m. in the Ross Room, Parish House
This program provides the information one needs to protect the well-being of children and to provide guidance on the establishment of healthy boundaries between children and adults. If you work with children or youth, you must take a certification class. Through the course of the new year, All Saints’ offers a number of in-person training sessions as well as 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. For this class or online training, register online. To request childcare, contact Kathy Roberts at kroberts@allsaintsatlanta.org. Contact Mark Wirtz at mwirtz@allsaintsatlanta.org with questions.

High School BS (Bible Study)

Wednesdays, 7:00—8:00 p.m., offsite*
High School BS (Bible Study) is a chance to “go deep” into the Bible with a small group of friends, led by adults and high school seniors. This year teens take an in-depth look at the Gospel of Luke. Meetings are informal, in a home setting. *For location and details, contact Joel Smith at jsmith@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Sunday Night Live Rescheduled to May 6

6:00—7:30 p.m. in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
Join the youth of All Saints’ for Burgers and Banana Splits! Show off your cooking skills in the Burger Building Contest, hang with friends, and enjoy one of life’s finest pleasure: good ice cream. Dinner will be followed by a short program. Bring a friend! (Vegetarian option available.) For more information, contact Joel Smith at jsmith@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Camp Mikell Summer Schedule

Camp Mikell is the summer camp for the Diocese of Atlanta. There are camps available for rising 1st graders through rising college freshmen. Find more information and register online at campmikell.com. Contact Joel Smith at jsmith@allsaintsatlanta.org with questions.

  • Mini Camp: May 18—20 (rising 1st—2nd graders)
  • Youth Camp: May 27—June 2 (rising 10th—just graduated)
  • Performing Arts Camp: June 3—9 (rising 4th—9th graders)
  • Intermediate Camp: June 17—23 (rising 8th—9th graders)
  • Junior Camp: June 24—30 (rising 6th—7th graders)
  • Kid Camp: July 8—13 (rising 3rd—5th graders)
  • Work Camp: July 16—21 (rising 10th—just graduated)
  • Outdoor Junior: June 3—9 (rising 6th & 7th graders)
  • Outdoor Intermediate: June 3—9 (rising 8th—9th graders)
  • Outdoor Youth: June 10—16 (rising 10th—just graduated)

2018 Youth Pilgrimage Registration and Payment

Register and pay online for this year’s annual Youth Pilgrimage to Ireland, Friday through Saturday, June 8–16. (Youth pilgrimages are generally to Western Ireland, Alaska or Spain to walk the Camino de Santiago.) Register online, and conveniently pay online. For more information, contact The Rev. Tim Black at tblack@allsaintsatlanta.org.


Children’s Formation

 

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Children’s Church and Formation

  • 8:40—9:30 a.m. Children’s Church, grades K—3 in the chapel, Pritchett Children’s Center
  • 9:15—9:35 a.m. Little Saints Church, 3—4 years old on the 1st floor, Pritchett Children’s Center
  • 10:20—11:05 a.m. Formation classes, grades K—5 on the 2nd floor, Pritchett Children’s Center

For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at kroberts@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Safeguarding God’s Children Certification Class

Sunday, May 20, 12:30—3:30 p.m. in the Ross Room, Parish House
This program provides the information one needs to protect the well-being of children and to provide guidance on the establishment of healthy boundaries between children and adults. If you work with children or youth, you must take a certification class. Through the course of the new year, All Saints’ offers a number of in-person training sessions as well as 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. For this class or online training, register online. To request childcare, contact Kathy Roberts at kroberts@allsaintsatlanta.org. Contact Mark Wirtz at mwirtz@allsaintsatlanta.org with questions.

Child Abuse Prevention Month

Through Monday, April 23 in the Kennedy Courtyard
The blue pinwheels in the courtyard are part of the Interfaith Children’s Movement to observe April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. “Pinwheel Gardens” are being planted in communities across the nation as visual reminders that we all play a role in ensuring happy and healthy childhoods for all children everywhere. The gardens have helped to increase awareness, expand dialogue and expand community engagement around the healthy development of all children and the prevention of child abuse. For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at kroberts@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Vacation Bible School: Rolling River Rampage

Monday through Friday, June 4—8, 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m.
Join Children’s Ministries on a white-water rafting adventure to experience the ride of a lifetime with God! Along the river, children will discover that life with God is an adventure full of wonder and surprise and that they can trust God to be with them through anything. There will have great music, exciting science, creative crafts, fun games and memorable Bible stories as we ride the rapids of amazing grace. Childcare available 12:30—3:30 p.m. if needed. There are many spots available for volunteers, and you’re needed to make this program a success. Please pray about it, and see if you might enjoy giving your time and presence to our kids at VBS! Register online. To volunteer or for more information, contact Kathy Roberts at kroberts@allsaintsatlanta.org.


Music

 

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Service

 

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Boy Scouts at All Saints’

Sunday, April 22, 10:20—11:05 a.m. in the Kennedy Courtyard
Scouts at All Saints’? The Troop 42 Scout sign at Tate Hall recalls our church’s history of providing scouting to the neighboring community along with our parish youth. With the growth of this community, there is an increasing need for a scout troop to serve it. David Cowen, a long-time scouter at Georgia Tech, and Wayne Williams, a former Troop 42 volunteer, are looking for a couple of parishioners to assist. Email your thoughts and questions to David Cowen at dzcowan@gmail.com and Wayne Williams at EWayneATL@gmail.com.

Check Out a Tutoring Session with Refugee Ministries

Saturdays, 10:30—11:30 a.m. in Stone Mountain, Georgia
Come check out a tutoring session with Refugee Ministries on a Saturday morning. Rev. Rai, a Nepali-American Minister friend, picks up eight children from his community to be tutored by All Saints’ folks every Saturday in his home while he leads a youth group in the front room. No commitment or experience is necessary. Materials provided. Tutors who want to continue have the option of moving to a smaller group setting in a house nearby. For more information, contact Louisa Merchant at louisam@allsaintsatlanta.org.

Emmaus House 2018 Gala

Sunday, April 29, 6:00—8:00 p.m.
The Stave Room at American Spirit Works
199 Armour Dr NE, Atlanta 30324

Join special guests Bishop Robert Wright and Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright for a music-filled evening. Enjoy drinks and heavy hors d’oeuvres as we honor our neighbors’ achievements and our dedicated partners’ support. Let us continue to make a difference in the southside of Atlanta. A unique pre-event VIP experience includes a distillery tour and chef’s tasting at 5:00 p.m. RSVP online at emmaushouse.org/gala by Sunday, April 22. For more information, contact Melissa Brogdon at melissabrogdon@emmaushouse.org.

Share a Meal with the Men of Covenant Community

Mondays, May 7 and 14, 6:30—7:30 p.m. at Covenant Community
Bring dinner yourself or with family, friends or co-workers. What a great way to offer your support! To volunteer, contact Barbara Blender at bblender@bellsouth.net.

5th Midtown Race for MAC

Saturday, May 12, 8:30—11:00 a.m. at Piedmont Park
Save the date for the 5th Annual Midtown Race for MAC, a walk/run 5k, fun for all ages! The proceeds go directly to Midtown Assistance Center in their mission to prevent homelessness and hunger. Please sign up at active.com or at Pheidippides at Ansley Mall, 1544 Piedmont Ave NE #119, Atlanta, 30324. For more information, contact Tori Cole at torilcole@yahoo.com.

Threads Needs

Girls’ size 10 dresses, girls’ tops in sizes 10 through ladies’. Boys’ short-sleeve shirts, t-shirts and collar shirts in sizes 5—16. Thank you for all the recent, nice donations. The shop is “spring-ed out” and looks fabulous! If you have never been in the shop, please stop by and think about volunteering on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays. For more information, contact Threads at threads@allsaintsatlanta.org.


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General

 

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Listen to the Annual Parish Meeting

Recorded Sunday, April 15, 10:20—11:20 a.m. in Ellis Hall
If you missed the Annual Parish Meeting, or just want to give it another listen, you can find it online at allsaintsatlanta.org/who-we-are/strategic-planning/, along with downloadable PDFs of our Annual Report and Financial Supplement. Find out who our newest vestry members are, and hear all that we give thanks for in the life of our parish in 2017, as we continue to look to the future and our shared ministry ahead.

Friends & Neighbors

Saints, do you have a friend or family member who would like to keep up with all we have going on at All Saints’? Invite them to join our email mailing list, “Friends & Neighbors.” It’s the perfect subscription for non-parishioners. By subscribing they’ll receive our Friday E-News and Monthly only. Subscriptions to any of our email lists can be made by visiting our homepage at allsaintsatlanta.org and clicking on “Join Our Email Lists” in the right-hand column.

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