The Church Office, 706-864-5423, is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 1 p.m. Voicemail messages are checked during office hours. You may also email the office.
Read our monthly Tidings newsletter for more in-depth articles on church and community events. Printed copies are available in the foyer.
Read the Weekly E-news blast. This link has a place to sign up to receive it as well.
See the ministry schedule for weekly worship service assignments.
To add a name to the Prayer List, contact the Church Office. Please have permission from the person for their name to be listed.
Please contact Suzanne Ryerson 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.
Learn more about St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Campus Ministry that meets weekly during the school year at the University of North Georgia by contacting Father John.
Pledges and Offerings: Annual pledges in support of St. Elizabeth’s ministries may be made online or by completing a Pledge card, available in the Church Office. Gifts and offerings may be brought on Sunday or mailed to the church address at right.
Diocese of Atlanta: St. Elizabeth’s is a member of the Diocese of Atlanta, led by The Rt. Rev. Robert C. Wright, Bishop, and The Rt. Rev. Keith B. Whitmore, Assistant Bishop.
The Episcopal Church is headquartered in New York City under the leadership of The Most Rt. Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop.
The Daily Office offers daily Morning and Evening Prayer in the Anglican tradition according to the Book of Common Prayer of The Episcopal Church, and other sources. Each service includes psalms, Bible lessons, and prayers.
Three times a year, the Mountain Top Lecture Series and UNG host scholars and authors on a wide range of issues of religion and spirituality.
St. Elizabeth’s Building & Grounds Committee: Please complete and submit this online form to notify the Building & Grounds Committee of a repair or maintenance need.
Learn to use the Automated External Defibrillator in case of an emergency during church.