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A Note From the Rector

Dear Saints,

The Book of Common Prayer offers in prayer that God might “guide the nations of the world into the way of justice and truth, and establish among them that peace which is the fruit of righteousness.” This weekend we welcome the Rev. Dr. Gary Mason to lead us through a weekend dedicated to reflections on the peace of God which surpasses all understanding. In the details given below of the weekend’s events, you will see how through worship, and music, and the spoken word there are opportunities for you and I to be formed as peacemakers for the world we live in. We have invited our parish and our local neighbors, and I encourage you to do the same such that we might share with others the abundant life together which we enjoy in this church. A few spots are still available for the closing lunch and address with Dr. Mason in the Ross Room following the 11:15 a.m. service, so please do register soon if you would like to have the opportunity to engage him and others in that more intimate setting.

Whether you are able to be with us this weekend or whether you are away, may God’s peace be with you.


A Weekend for Peace

Join us this September as we welcome The Rev. Dr. Gary Mason to All Saints’. Dr. Mason is a Methodist minister who spent 27 years in parish ministry in Belfast where he played an integral role in the Northern Irish peace process, and who now directs a conflict transformation organization based in Belfast called “Rethinking Conflict.”

In his lecture, Dr. Mason will address the needs of Atlanta in seeking a peaceable common life, touching on racial identity, the legacies of slavery and the ongoing struggle for civil rights, economic disparity, the impact of gentrification, and the more positive heritage of Atlanta as a city that has been “too busy to hate.” Stay with us that evening for Songs of Peace, a concert of music, poetry and other performances, in collaboration with various high schools and collegiate communities in Atlanta as well as professional artists.

On Sunday, Dr. Mason will deliver the sermon at the 9:00 a.m. worship service, and then he will lead a discussion in the Rector’s Forum with a panel of our youth about hopes the generations of the future might have for peace in their time. The weekend will conclude with a closing luncheon when Dr. Mason will deliver the keynote address.

We excitedly look forward to this weekend of peace. We hope you’ll plan to join us.

Saturday, September 22
Public Lecture: Peace in our City
The Rev. Dr. Gary Mason, 5:00 p.m., Ellis Hall followed by a reception in the Kennedy Courtyard. What are the needs of our city of Atlanta in seeking a peaceable common life? This event is free, but please let us know you are coming!

Songs for Peace Concert
7:00 p.m., church
A concert of word and music featuring nationally renowned vocal soloist Laura English-Robinson and one of Atlanta’s leading cellists, Charae Krueger, as well as performers from the Lovett School Fine Arts Department and the Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts. This event is free, but please let us know you are coming!

Sunday, September 23
Guest Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Gary Mason
9:00 and 11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Church

The Rector’s Forum: Peace for the Future
The Rev. Dr. Gary Mason and All Saints’ Youth, 10:15 a.m., Ellis Hall
A dialogue with youth exploring the hopes their generation might have for peace in their time and what matters to them about reconciliation.

Closing Lunch and Keynote Address:
Peace through the Church
The Rev. Dr. Gary Mason, 12:30 p.m., Ellis Hall
How might the church live into its vocation to reconcile the world to God and people to one another and how we at All Saints’ might carry on the work of reconciliation in our city and beyond?
RSVP for the lunch here.



This Sunday



Hot Sunday Breakfast
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.

2019 Annual Canvass is ON!
Why wait? Make a financial pledge to the church for 2019 today. The pledge is an outward sign of our faithful commitment to All Saints’. Pledge online. Contact Ben and Mary Beth Jordan, 2019 Chairs, at with questions.

Guest Preacher Rev. Dr. Gary Mason
Sunday, September 23, 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. worship services in the church
Rector’s Forum with Rev. Dr. Gary Mason and
Youth Panel: Peace for the Future
10:20-11:05 a.m., Ellis Hall, Parish House
This Sunday, we welcome Rev. Dr. Gary Mason to All Saints’. Dr. Mason is the founder and director of Rethinking Conflict, a UK based non-profit social enterprise working in the field of conflict transformation, peace-building and reconciliation.

Closing Lunch with Keynote Address:
Peace Through the Church
Sunday, September 23, 12:30 p.m.,
Ross Room, Parish House
A few seats are still available. $15 at the door for lunch. Contact Lauri Begley at for more information.

On Pilgrimage: Virginia Schenck
Sundays, September 23 and 30, 10:20-11:05 a.m.
in the Shaffer Room/P301, Parish House
Sacred tradition. Soulful travel. Pilgrimage is answering the call to a deep longing. Every good pilgrim prepares themselves for this sacred event. Join Virginia Schenck in entering the pilgrim path and what that looks like in a modern world. Virginia has been a member of All Saints’ since 1985. She co-led the inaugural youth pilgrimage to Rio de Janeiro in 2006. A vocal artist, she leads Singing Journey pilgrimages to sacred sights of the world. Contact The Rev. Kim Jackson at for more information.

Jesus on the Front Page
Sundays, 10:20-11:05 a.m. in P307, Parish House
Facilitator: Ethel Ware Carter
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. Contact Ethel Ware Carter at for more information.

Teacher Ministry Opportunities
for Children’s Formation
Sundays, 10:20-11:05 a.m. on the 2nd floor,
Pritchett Children’s Center
Ever wondered where you can get connected to make a difference? Share your faith and presence with our young saints. Teach in rotation with a friend (6 weeks for 5th-6th grades; 3 or 4 weeks for K-3rd grades). You will undoubtedly be moved and taught by our youngest theologians as you share yourself with them. To volunteer, contact Kathy Roberts at

Children’s Formation (grades K-5)
Sunday, September 23, 10:20-11:05 a.m.
on the 2nd floor, Pritchett Children’s Center
All children are required to be registered every year; please register online. For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at

Youth Formation (grades 6-12) Meet in Ellis Hall
Sunday, September 23, 10:20-11:05 a.m.
Come to Ellis Hall today to hear the youth panel at the Rector’s Forum with Rev. Dr. Gary Mason. All youth are required to be registered every year; please register online. For more information, contact The Rev. Zack Nyein at

Acolyte Training
Sunday, September 23, 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the church
If you missed the last acolyte training or have signed up since then, come after the 11:15 a.m. service to learn all about being an acolyte. For more information, contact Joel Smith at

Sunday Night Live (grades 6-12)
Sunday, September 23, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
Join other teens for dinner, games, music and a brief message. Bring $5 for dinner and bring a friend! For more information, contact Joel Smith at

Starbucks Coffee Month
Enjoy fellowship and a cup of hot Starbucks coffee during coffee hour.






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Blessing of the Animals
Sunday, September 30, 9:00-10:10 a.m.
Line up on the sidewalk outside of the church for our procession through the church and then into Ellis Hall.  Bring all your furry, feathery, and scaly friends to church with you and have them blessed, in observance of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Contact The Rev. Tim Black at for more information.

Integrity Atlanta’s 30th Pride Eucharist
Thursday, October 11, 7:30 p.m. in the church
Reach out, invite and welcome LGBTQ+ folks and their allies into our midst. Please join us and welcome Integrity Atlanta and preacher The Rev. Dr. Horace Griffin, Associate Priest at St. Luke’s. The celebrant is The Rev. Kimberly Jackson, Associate Rector at All Saints’, Atlanta. Organist Trey Clegg will be bringing the Trey Clegg Singers to lead the music. For more information, contact Bruce Garner at

Holy Eucharist: Harry Potter and the Theological Imagination 
Sunday, October 28, 6:00 p.m. in Ellis Hall, Parish House
Join us for a eucharistic feast followed by a showing of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone as we explore together the ways by which the story helps to expand the theological imagination of young and old. Costumes and all ages are welcome! RSVP to Lauri Begley at For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at

We Invite You to be Baptized
Upcoming baptisms will be on Sundays, October 21 and November 25. To schedule a baptism, please contact Pat Kiley at at least one month prior.

Open Dates for Flower Memorials and Thanksgivings
There is one date left without a flower memorial/thanksgiving, which is Sunday, November 22. 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.orgto inquire about dates.



Adult Formation



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Monday Afternoon Study Group
Mondays, 2:00-3:00 p.m. in P307, Parish House
When last seen, the Israelites were settling down in Egypt after escaping a famine in Israel, but things didn’t stay friendly for long. The story of Israel’s troubles in Egypt, Moses and his life, and the escape from bondage are all chronicled in the book of Exodus. All are welcome! For more information, contact Karen Evans at

Wednesday Morning Discussion Group 
Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30 a.m. in P307, Parish House
Facilitated by The Rev. Dr. Jim Donald
“I Believe in the Holy Spirit.” We say it in the Creed. We think the faith stool has three legs. But what is it, this Spirit business? And what does it mean to trust it? Or is it him? Or her? This group is discussing Anglican scholar Michael Green’s classic, I Believe in the Holy Spirit. What does scripture say? What does history say? How does it work in your life? How does it influence the Church? For more information, contact The Rev. Dr. Jim Donald at

Jezebels: Women’s Book Study
Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00 p.m. in P201, Parish House
Jezebels reads a wide range of books-novels, biographies, non-fiction, plays and classics. The group is currently reading Shakespeare’s The Tempest aloud, over several weeks before turning to a modern adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s play, Hag Seed. Then through the end of 2018, they will focus on Jon Meacham’s The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better AngelsFor more information, contact Mimi Spang at

Widening the Circle: The Art of Dialogue with all Sorts of Saints
Wednesdays, September 26 and October 3, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Ross Room, Parish House
Join our Rector, Simon, for a five-session course on the art of dialogue. The course is intended for parishioners to join one another in exploring the art of practicing holy conversations that seek to learn from and be enriched by the insights of others. Participants can expect to grow in relationship, to learn from a wide array of viewpoints, and to be better prepared to promote civil discourse in their everyday lives. Childcare will be available. For more information, contact Lauri Begley at

Contemplative Prayer 
Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in P202, Parish House
Psalm 46:10 tells us, “Be still and know that I am God,” but it can be difficult to carve out a place and time for meditation. In a sermon, The Rev. Kim Jackson said, “Come away, and go to a deserted place and rest a while,” even in the midst of so much that screams for our attention. At the prayer gatherings, you will learn history and theory of contemplative prayer through readings for reflection and discussion, with time to engage in the discipline of centering prayer in restful, holy silence. Contact Gretchen Chateau at for more information.

The Terrible Speed of Grace: Eudora Welty’s Short Stories
Sundays, October 7, 14 and 21, 10:20-11:05 a.m. in the Ross Room, Parish House
Facilitated by Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Clark Lemons
And he said to me my grace is enough for you, for power is made perfect in weakness” (2 Corinthians 12:9). Grace is the gift of God, but we can also bestow grace on others and they on us. Or we can choose not to give or accept the grace St. Paul talks about in Corinthians. American writers reveal the presence of grace-it’s almost an obsession with many of them. They most clearly do it in a short story in which there are characters in conflict and a thought-provoking end. We will study the stories of Eudora Welty, well-known novelist and short story writer from Jackson, Mississippi. Stories will be available before class, and I hope-not require-that you read them ahead so you can discuss, give opinions, and ask questions. Maybe we’ll discover just what grace is. Contact The Rev. Kim Jackson at for more information.

Safeguarding God’s Children Certification Class 
Wednesday, October 10, 6:00-9:00 p.m. in P305/306, Parish House  
This in-person training session will help build your awareness and skills to ensure that our church community follows best practices for the safeguarding of children. Certification in this program is required for anyone who works with children or youth in any Episcopal parish or diocese. Online training is also available. For this class or online training, register onlineTo request childcare, contact Kathy Roberts at by Friday, October 5. Contact Mark Wirtz at with questions.

Parenting with God
Sundays, October 14 through November 25, 10:20-11:05 a.m. in the Shaffer Room/P301, Parish House
Facilitated by Kara Wilkes and Kathy Roberts
Caring for children is both a gift and a challenge. Join other Saints’ engaged in the messy and sacred art of childrearing. We will pray together, listen and discern methods for raising godly children. For more information, contact Kathy Roberts at

Novel Theology: The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai
Wednesday, October 17, 7:00-8:00 p.m. in P307, Parish House
Facilitator: Simon Mainwaring
Join this group in a discussion that will explore the lives of characters trapped in India’s class system, both the lower and the upper class. In a crumbling, isolated house at the foot of Mount Kanchenjunga in the Himalayas lives an embittered judge who wants only to retire in peace, when his orphaned granddaughter, Sai, arrives on his doorstep. The judge’s cook watches over her distractedly, for his thoughts are often on his son, Biju, who is hopscotching from one gritty New York restaurant to another. Kiran Desai’s characters face numerous choices that majestically illuminate the consequences of colonialism as it collides with the modern world. For more information, contact Amelia Tuttle at

Adult Inquirers Class
Fall: Wednesdays, November 7, 14, 28; December 5, 12 and 19, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. 
Spring: Wednesdays, March 13, 20, 27; April 3, 10 and 17, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.  
This class is designed for people who are interested in learning more about the Christian faith as expressed in the Episcopal Church. The 6-week class is led by the Rector and follows a format that enables people to learn from and about one another as well as pursue questions of faith at a deeper level. Participants might include people interested in growing in their faith or in their connection to the church, people interested in being confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church, or just folks who want to grow in community with others. Classes are offered twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. For more information, contact Pat Kiley at



Youth Formation



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Youth Formation (grades 6-12) Meet in Ellis Hall
Sunday, September 23, 10:20-11:05 a.m.
Come to Ellis Hall today to hear the youth panel at the Rector’s Forum with Rev. Dr. Gary Mason. All youth are required to be registered every year; please register onlineFor more information, contact The Rev. Zack Nyein at

Acolyte Training 
Sunday, September 23, 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the church
If you missed the last acolyte training or have signed up since then, come after the 11:15 a.m. service to learn all about being an acolyte. For more information, contact Joel Smith at

Sunday Night Live (grades 6-12)
Sunday, September 23, 6:00-7:30 p.m. in The Attic, Pritchett Children’s Center
Join other teens for dinner, games, music and a brief message. Bring $5 for dinner and bring a friend! For more information, contact Joel Smith at

New Beginnings 40 
Friday through Sunday, October 12-14 at Camp Mikell Camp, Toccoa, Georgia
New Beginnings is a spiritual formation retreat designed to address the needs of youth in grades 6-8. Every October and February, no less than 100 youth and adults come together for the retreat. The weekend includes talks given by high school teams, small groups, skits, music and plenty of fellowship. Registration closes on Monday, October 1. Register and find more information online at eycdioatl.orgContact Joel Smith at with questions.

Junior DYC Retreat
Friday through Sunday, December 7-9 at Camp Mikell
The Diocesan Youth Commission hosts the DYC Retreat twice a year at Camp Mikell the first full week of December for middle schoolers and the first full weekend of January for high schoolers. The goal of the retreat is to bring the fun of summer camp into an abbreviated winter session. The theme of the DYC Retreat changes yearly, but it is always a fun weekend that includes music, worship, morning program, afternoon activities, and a dance. This is a great way to give summer camp a trial run! Register and find more info at eycdioatl.orgContact Joel Smith at with questions.



Children’s Formation



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Children’s Formation (grades K-5)
Sunday, September 23, 10:20-11:05 a.m. on the 2nd floor, Pritchett Children’s Center
All children are required to be registered every year; please register onlineFor more information, contact Kathy Roberts at


Parish Life



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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

Wednesday Night Supper 
Wednesdays, 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Ellis Hall, Parish House
Celebrate hump day with great food and great company! Whether you are checking out All Saints’ for the first time or you are a long-time member, join us for food, wine, a 7-minute worship experience, and fellowship. Chef and restauranteur Deborah Van Trece prepares our fabulous meals, and the child-friendly buffet always includes PB&J. (Be sure to check out Chef Deborah’s restaurant, Twisted Soul-Cookhouse & Pours in Midtown!) Stop by for supper (reservations are needed) or drop in for the worship service that happens around the dining tables. Each week one of our clergy leads our liturgy with Eucharist at 5:55 p.m. All are invited! $10 per individual; $5 per university student; and $4 per child, ages 3-12. Enjoy wine or beer for a minimal donation. Reserve your seat before 5:00 p.m. the Monday prior. RSVP online, at the Parish Life table on Sunday mornings, or email Lauri Begley at

Annual Parish Retreat at Kanuga: Love in Action
Friday through Sunday, October 5-7; Kanuga Conference Center, Hendersonville, North Carolina
Kanuga participants, keep an eye on your email for all the pertinent details for our parish retreat weekend. Contact Lauri Begley at with questions.

Wine and Cheese Fellowship
Sunday, September 30, 6:00 p.m. in the Kennedy Courtyard
Join us after the 5:30 p.m. worship service for fellowship, wine and cheese. For more information, contact Lauri Begley at

Fall Festival Volunteers Needed!
Friday through Sunday, November 2-4
Volunteers are needed for the weekend of the Fall Festival. There are opportunities at the Friday evening cocktail reception from 5:00-8:00 p.m. that include check out, bar tending and greeting. On Saturday from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. opportunities include check out, BBQ lunch prep and servers, playground activities, etc. Sunday morning the festival hours are 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Checkout help is needed Sunday. Contact Lauri Begley at to volunteer or for more information.

The Call of Welcome
Transformational ministry opportunities are available for anyone wanting to help make all feel welcomed on our campus. We need friendly hosts and warm hospitality throughout the year. Contact one of the Welcome Ministry Team leaders for the Sundays in the month(s) you would like to serve.

Permanent All Saints’ Nametags
If you requested a permanent nametag, stop by the table in the courtyard on Sunday mornings to pick it up. It’s not too late to order one at the nametag table. For more information, contact Lauri Begley at






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Music Director Search Update
Out of 60 applicants, the committee has identified 11 candidates to speak with by web video, and by the end of September, hope to invite about three persons to visit our campus for further discussions. The committee is very excited about the quality of the applicants and will offer further updates through the search process. Contact Search Committee Chair Russ Wofford at if you have any questions or suggestions.





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Check Out a Tutoring Session with Refugee Ministries
Saturdays, 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Stone Mountain, Georgia
Join Refugee Ministries and Rev. Rai, a Nepali-American minister, who brings eight children from his community to his home each Saturday morning to be tutored by All Saints’ volunteers, while he leads a youth group there. No commitment or experience is necessary. Materials are provided. Tutors who want to continue have the option of moving into a smaller group setting in a house nearby. For more information, contact Louisa Merchant at

Share a Meal with the Men of Covenant Community
Mondays, September 24 and October 15, 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

Covenant Community Celebration
Thursday, September 27, 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Ellis Hall, Parish House
Each spring and fall, Covenant Community celebrates men who have completed the program, which consists of four and a half weeks of an intensive day treatment which provides support and counseling for life issues. After day treatment, the men participate in seven weeks of career services where the goal is for each resident to obtain meaningful and purposeful employment. Join us as we celebrate three residents who have completed the program.

Clarkston the Film 
Sunday, September 30, 10:20-11:05 a.m. and 11:15-11:45 a.m.* in the Ross Room
Join Erin Bernhardt, producer and co-director of the documentary Clarkston the Film, and Dr. Heval Kelli, Emory Cardiology fellow. Clarkston, called the most diverse square mile in the United States, is 11 miles east of All Saints’ where Refugee Ministries does its work. Dr. Kelli, whose family was resettled by All Saints’ in 2000 when they fled Syria, is a main character in this documentary. Erin will show a clip of the film and discuss how this project came to be. Dr. Kelli will share how his personal history brought him to become a public figure as an educator and activist for the refugee community.

*There will be a break at 11:05 a.m. to allow people to attend the 11:15 a.m. worship service, or you may choose to stay for the extended session. For more information, contact Louisa Merchant at

Feed the Flock at Holy Comforter
Wednesday, October 10, 6:00 p.m. at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church
737 Woodland Ave SE, Atlanta 30316
Holy Comforter is a parish in southeast Atlanta in which about 60% of the congregation live with mental illness. Several Atlanta parishes take turns to worship with and provide a meal for this community. Volunteers from All Saints’ are needed (individuals or group service project) to help support this important ministry. To volunteer, contact Shane Hunziker at

Diocesan Booth at Pride Festival in Piedmont Park
Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14
The Diocese of Atlanta will sponsor a booth during the Pride Festival, presenting an excellent opportunity to meet people and share with them that, whoever they are and wherever they are on their journey, they are welcome in the Episcopal Church. Volunteer for a time slot at the booth online at

Walk in the Pride Parade
Sunday, October 14  
Step-off at noon from the Civic Center MARTA station
Step out into our Midtown community, with our diocesan float and walking contingent, to affirm and welcome LGBTQ+ folks into the Episcopal Church. Carry signs representing the parishes in the diocese that are welcoming and affirming. We always receive a very warm and rousing reception from the crowd. The parade begins at noon and steps off from the Civic Center MARTA Station (not the Civic Center itself) about two blocks south of All Saints’. Sign up to carry a sign online at

Covenant Community 4th Annual Golf Classic
Monday, October 15, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at Smoke Rise Country Club
4900 Chedworth Dr, Stone Mountain, GA 30087
Covenant Community is happy to announce that the 4th Annual CCGC. Enjoy 18 holes of golf in a scramble format, mini-competitions throughout the tournament, a raffle, silent auction and more. A dinner and special awards ceremony will conclude the day. All proceeds from this event will benefit Covenant Community, Inc. Register to play online at ccgc.myevent.comFor more information, contact Johnathan Davis at

Threads Needs
Volunteers are needed for Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.; and fall and winter clothing and belts in all sizes for boys and girls. Contact Threads at for more information.

September is Hunger Action Month
Hunger continues to be a major problem in our area, particularly for children. Nearly one in four children in our area are at risk of not getting all the food and nutrition they need. September is Hunger Action Month-a month where people all over America stand together with Feeding America and the nationwide network of food banks to fight hunger. It’s a month to spread the word and act on the hunger crisis and dedicate ourselves to a solution. To learn more, visit Feeding America and the Atlanta Community Food Bank. To help, consider donating food to Midtown Assistance Center. Contact Tori Cole at torilcole@yahoo.comwith questions.

MAC Young Professional Council (YPC) Accepting Applications
MAC’s Young Professional Council is looking for new members! This is a great opportunity for professionals ages 25-40 to put their passion for service and hunger and homeless prevention in action. The YPC meets monthly for various service projects and to plan a fundraising event. We are accepting applications now through Friday, September 7. Please share the online application at with anyone who may be interested. For more information, contact Tori Cole at





Egleston Hall is 100 Years Old
The Archives Committee invites you to stop by Egleston Library and view a centennial display that reviews the beginning and the multifaceted evolution of our first parish hall. And see if you can spot the original cornerstone facing West Peachtree Street beneath Simon’s office!

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