Kairos Prison Ministry is a lay-led Christian ministry which conducts a highly-structured program designed for male and female prisoners in penitentiaries. We encourage believers from a variety of Christian traditions to volunteer for this Christ-filled ministry. Kairos programs offer to prison residents, their families, and those who work with them,the opportunity to receive God’s forgiveness through faith in Jesus Christ, and to grow in their faith and service in a Christian community. Please call Raymond Gray through the church office at 770-486-5374.
Men's Prayer Breakfast
We meet the first and third Saturdays of each month at 8:00 a.m. at Mimi’s Restaurant in Peachtree City. Great menu, coffee and service! We have an open welcome to any and all men and guests of All Saints for fellowship, a good breakfast, and fresh coffee. Please contact French Bell at 770-487-6224, or just show up!
FOYERS Fellowship Groups
FOYERS is a group of parishioners who meet for dinner at one another’s homes throughout the year to enjoy food, fellowship and fun! These adult only evenings allow parishioners to get to know each other better by meeting in a more intimate setting than a parish-wide event can provide. Foyers is an opportunity for seasoned and new members of All Saints to come together for fellowship and fun over a potluck style meal. You’ll be assigned to a group of about 8 people. Sign up on the bulletin board in the church hallway or you can email the organizers your info! Foyers Organizer - Karol Lamb, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daughters of the Holy Cross
One of the ministries of All Saints is an ACNA society known as The Order of the Daughters of the Holy Cross. Members of DHC are called into the Order by the Lord Jesus Christ, whose cross they wear. The vision of the DHC is “to gather Anglican women and girls into a nurturing and empowering community called to be servants of Jesus as He unites and builds up His body, the Church.” Daughters are women who have vowed to live under the Order’s Rule of Life of Prayer, Service, Study and Evangelism. They meet on the third Saturday of each month in the OMR. If you are interested in learning more about this ministry, please visit www.daughtershc.org or contact Linda DaSilva at 678-910-9669 or email@example.com
ACT - Anglicans Celebrating Together
ACT is a fellowship group for parishioners 50 years of age and older. If one spouse is 50, the other spouse can attend. We usually meet the second Sunday of the month at different homes from 5:30-7:30 p.m. No reservations are required. Participants bring their own beverage and an appetizer or dessert to share . The host provides plates, utensils, ice, etc. We advertise our monthly event in the weekly service bulletin and via personal email to those interested. Contact Bess Davis (678-644-4045) or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in being added to the email list.
Women's Bible Study
In the spring and fall a ladies bible study is offered. We invite any woman who would like to join us to learn about our Lord. It lasts about 2 hours. Our classes run anywhere from 6 -12 weeks. Please call Connie Berger, Ruth Gray or Ellie Rover