Sunday Worship at 10 a.m. During Sunday Worship, the nursery is open for infants and toddlers. After the service, join parishioners for coffee, refreshments and fellowship downstairs in the Parish Hall.
In addition to our Sunday service, join us for these activities during Lent:
Wellness Through Loving Kindness, Sundays, 9 a.m., Parish Hall. Led by Father John and five parishioners who all bring considerable experience, knowledge and expertise regarding wellness
Vespersinspired by Taize: Mondays, 5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Anglican Christian Theology & Spirituality (ACTS):Mondays at 6 p.m. This class serves as preparation for all who wish to officially make St. Elizabeth's their spiritual home base whether by Baptism, Confirmation or by being received from another Christian Communion (Denomination). It can also serve as a way to reacquaint oneself with Faith as practiced in our Communion.
Prayers of Compassion Tree: Modeled after the trees at holy wells in Ireland where pilgrims attach cloth ribbons as a prayerful act. Ribbons are provided for you to say prayers of compassion and tie a ribbon on the tree.
Holy Eucharist, Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m., year-round
Worship services are also recorded and can be viewed on our Facebook page.
Music St. Elizabeth's is known for its wonderful music. To learn more about joining the choir, please contact our organist/choirmaster Julie Woodall, 404-576-9587. Choir rehearsal is on Wednesday evening.
Prayer List To add a name to the Prayer List, contact Wilma Bammer.
Pastoral Care Please contact Wilma Bammer if you or another parishioner is in need of support from the pastoral care committee or would like a Lay Eucharistic Minister to bring communion to your home.
The St. Elizabeth Labyrinth Our natural Labyrinth, located at the back left of the church, is created from elements in our North Georgia environment. This ancient symbol of wholeness invites us to walk, meditate, and pray.