Community Life is comprised of ministries that continuously build a welcoming communal spirit and deeper sense of Christian community for groups of all ages and interests in the parish, which includes hospitality and welcoming, parish organizations and clubs, and community-building and socializing events.
We serve to provide a welcoming environment so that parishioners can visit one another in a casual and inviting setting after the 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. Masses. We serve juice, donuts and coffee for a donation fee. All are welcome.
Provides parishioners over the age of 55 with opportunities for social and communal activities, friendship and fellowship on a monthly basis. Activities include meetings with relevant speakers, outings and trips. We meet the first Thursday of each month at 12:30pm
Point of Contact for Squires: George Koutroulakis, 770-310-7309
Point of Contact for Ladies Auxiliary: Darlene Miklos, 770-235-3184
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.6 million members. Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practicing Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who are at least 18 years old. Application forms are available from any member of the Knights of Columbus. To learn more about our organization go to our website at www.kofc13457.org
A weekend experience that encourages spouses to focus on communication and spirituality within their marriage. Talks are given by trained facilitators and spouses share one-on-one with each other.
The Married Fellowship group encourages married couples to develop an extended bond within the parish family through sharing faith, fun and fellowship.
Point of Contact: Joe Bauer, 770-967-9533, email@example.com
The Men’s Club mission is for the men of the parish to gather in a Christian social atmosphere and to offer support to the parish and its organizations through pancake breakfast, fish fry’s, Thanksgiving Baskets and Christmas Giving Tree for Children & Families to name a few. The club is open to all male parishioners 18 and older.
Our monthly meetings take place on the 4th Thursday of the month.
The Newcomers Welcome Committee extends a warm welcome to all who visit our parish and greets everyone attending Mass. We oversee the distribution of newcomer packets and telephone newcomers with a welcome to the parish. The committee also serves as host for all newcomer gatherings.
Growing a Catholic business community
Business Network meets regularly in order to get to know each other, share our faith, and help each other grow. Our meetings and events are open to ALL parishioners (and other Christian based businesses) because this Catholic business community benefits both the business owners and the consumers alike. Please visit us at http://www.popbusinessnetwork.com/ for more information.
THE AIMS OF SCOUTING
Point of Contact: Ty Krajec, 770-634-8753
Boy scouting works toward three aims. Growth in moral strength and character, participating citizenship means the boys relationship to others and development of physical, mental and emotional fitness. Boy Scout Troop 534 Boys: age 11 to 18.
Girl Scout Troop 13524
Point of Contact: Lisa Kindle, 678-234-5101, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Historic Georgia Council Girl Scout Troop 13524. Our troop is is dedicated to all girls in Kindergarten through 8th grades. We meet every other Monday evening from 6:00 to 7:30 pm and have optional outings throughout the year. Our meetings provide a safe place for girls to grow in faith, share new experiences, learn to relate to others, develop values and be contributing members of society. We always welcome new girls interested in joining our troop, please feel free to come and visit one of our meetings. For more information about our troop, please check our website.