Senior Bingo is the second Tuesday of the month from 11:30-1:30pm in the Health Ministry Room, September thru May. Fellow Parishioners, please donate gently used or new items for our Bingo prizes. Items labeled for Senior Bingo may be left in the hallway outside the parish office. Thank you!! New friends and visiting family members … Continued
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After the funeral, when the cards and flowers have stopped coming, most of the people around you return to their normal lives. But your grief continues. Often, friends and family want to help you, but don’t know how. That’s the reason for Grief Share. Grief Share is a Christ-centered recovery group for those who have … Continued
“Look upon the hour of Eucharistic Adoration as an hour in paradise.” – St. Peter Julian Eymard Do you ever spend time with Jesus in Adoration? There are 168 hours in a week. Spend one of them in Paradise! Our Eucharist Adoration Chapel is open weekly from 7:30 am – 7:00 pm. Current critical hour … Continued
Divorced and Separated Recovery Group will begin on Thursday, January 10, 2019 – 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. It will run for 14 weeks. The cost is $50 per person for materials and refreshments. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Dozie Bowen at ext. 19 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fr. Kevin Peek will be giving a talk on “Understanding the Miracle of Guadalupe” on Tuesday, Dec 11th at 7:30 PM at the Parish Hall. The talk is being sponsored by the Legion of Mary ministry.
Catholic Scripture and Faith Discussions for Men starts Sunday, December 2nd! If you have struggled to make prayer a regular part of your life you will appreciate this program. Get up early and join us on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month as we work toward a closer relationship with God. We will … Continued
Faith in Action invites you to join us for the last meeting of our 2018 series “Love thy Neighbor”. We will explore Racism in America: Lessons from Montgomery on Tuesday, Nov 27, 7-9 pm in room 14 of the parish center. Faith in Action explores the Christian response to complex issues in an atmosphere of … Continued
All Saints Church has again pledged to 10 Saturday nights this winter. We need men to stay overnight at the shelter and volunteers to prepare the dinner for the shelter, recipes provided. All Saints is responsible for these dates: November 10 & 17 December 1 January 5, 12 & 19 February 9 & 23 March … Continued
Join us for music, dinner and dancing on November 30, 2018, 6:30pm for our annual parish Christmas party. Let us know you’re coming.
So far this year, the All Saints Knitting Ministry has delivered: 158 adult hats to the Emory infusion center, 61 infant hats to Emory Children’s Hospital and 102 blankets to the Ronald McDonald House. The ladies would like to thank those who have donated yarn to the group. We would appreciate, in the future, if … Continued
Please help us “pack-a-purse” for women who seeking refuge in Women’s Shelters. The collection box will be out from now until Jan. 6. Bring in your gently used or new purses and needed items (pick up a list of suggested items in the Church.) For questions, please contact Megan Jones email@example.com.
33 Days to Morning Glory, Small Group Book Study Prepare your hearts well this Advent Season for the birth of our Savior by journeying together in a small group book study of Father Michael Gaitley’s bestselling book 33 Days to Morning Glory. Participants have short daily readings and meet once a week for a video … Continued
Baptism preparation classes are held at 4pm in the Parish Center on the fourth Sunday of each month, except holidays. The next class is October 28. Please RSVP so we can prepare the appropriate materials for you. After completing the class, please schedule your date with one of the priests or deacons. All baptisms are individual … Continued
Interfaith Outreach Home serves working parents with children that are experiencing devastating financial crisis by providing affordable apartments in a safe environment. Families are able to make a fresh start when they are able to work, attend school and focus on the future instead of reacting in day-to-day survival mode. By providing these families with … Continued
OUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOUR PRAYERS!! Please come join us in praying the “PATRIOTIC ROSARY” for our country on Thursday, November 1st at 1pm in the Church. All are invited to come join your voices in this powerful prayer for America. Questions, contact Carol Lavelle (770-399-5465) or Pat Sarnie (770-394-8153.)
We have formed a circle of moms who meet monthly for charity and socializing, and we would love for you to join us! The purpose of St. Monica’s circle is to bring together women of young children so that we may enrich one another’s lives through spiritual activities, service to our parish and the community, … Continued
Update: phishing texts posing as Msgr. Marren have been received. Please just be skeptical of all text and email messages saying they are from Msgr. Marren. These are NOT legitimate requests. Please ignore or delete these emails. Report phishing and scam emails and texts Here are two government web pages that talk about phishing and scam emails … Continued
In light of the abuse crisis, other disheartening news and the difficulties of daily life, FORMED offers a list of content directed toward those who are struggling. All Saints parishioners can access this content for free. First time users can sign up for free at allsaintsdunwoody.formed.org. Making Sense Out of Suffering, Dr. Scott Hahn – [Listen … Continued
All Saints Widowed Group meets first Sundays of the month for Brunch, second Wednesdays for Dinner and once a month to attend a play or musical. The group is open to anyone who has lost their spouse and would enjoy the fellowship of others in a social environment. Join our growing, active group for one of … Continued
Childbearing has always carried a variety of risks both to mother and child. Even today in our modern medical field we recognize there are risks. These risks however are much greater in third world countries where modern medical practices are unavailable. Such was the reality in Ghana in the thirties and early forties. Infant mortality … Continued
All Saints is in need of ushers. Women, men, teenagers are all welcome to join. We have a very urgent need for ushers at the 8:45 Sunday Mass – even months. What is expected? You serve at the Mass you already attend. You select even months or odd months. What if you have to be … Continued
When a natural disaster occurs in the United States and its territories, electronic donations may be made to Catholic Charities USA, which assures us that 100% of donations go to the local aid organizations. They and their member agencies respond to immediate emergency needs for such necessities as water, food, shelter and medical care, as … Continued