At All Saints’, our clergy and church members share the responsibility of taking care of one another through life’s ups and downs as a central part of being together as the Body of Christ.
We write notes and make phone calls, take flowers and communion to those who are homebound, cook meals for families with new babies or who are grieving the loss of a loved one, prepare receptions for funerals, and more. Learn more below about how you might give and receive care in our community.
We want to be there for you in times of need or sorrow, as well as seasons joy and celebration. Please fill out the form below to let us know how we can best support you as we offer our burdens and thanksgivings to the God who hears our prayers.
If you prefer, you may directly contact Pat Kiley to be placed on the prayer list.
During times of life transitions, births, illness, and deaths, we pray for one another, as well as for our friends and family who live in other places. We publish a weekly prayer list in our Sunday bulletin and pray the names during our Sunday services. To add a name to the prayer list, fill out the form above, or contact Pat Kiley at
E-Care provides a way for our large church to be a family for one another. This ministry is our the church’s e-mail based network for prayer requests and meal delivery needs. Most importantly, members of E-Care pray for the specific prayer requests of church members in need. Members receive e-mail messages several times a week concerning births, hospitalizations, deaths, and other life events in our community. Members of this group also prepare and deliver meals to parishioners who have had a new baby or are dealing with illness. Call the church at 404-881-0835 to inquire. Coordinator: FiFi Guest
Each Sunday a church member trained in Eucharistic Ministry receives blessed sacraments (bread and wine) and takes them to homebound or hospitalized church members. If you would like to request that communion be delivered to you or a loved on, please call the church office at 404-881-0835. Coordinator: Ann Higdon
The Guild of the Good Shepherd helps those who are grieving by providing hospitality at the church before or after a funeral or memorial service. Call the church at 404-881-0835 to inquire. Coordinators: Elizabeth Robertson and Leila Konas
The Sunday Callers deliver flowers to church members who are hospitalized, homebound, or simply in need of a little cheer. We meet after the 11:15 a.m. service to make the floral arrangements from the altar flowers. Call the church at 404-881-0835 to inquire. Coordinators: Ann Stuart Pearce and Ellen Porter.
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