About a thousand people make up St. Bartholomew’s parish and preserving a sense of extended family is very important to us. So how does one find their place among so many people?

We invite you to join a Fellowship group like Foyers, or serve on a committee like Greeters, come by for a cup of coffee after church, attend a Wednesday class, or join us for Sunday breakfast. There are many ways to connect with others in our parish. Please feel free call the office to learn more. We are happy to help you find your place here.

You can also stay abreast of Activities and Events throughout the Diocese of Atlanta through their CONNECTING website.

Parish Life Groups

EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN (ECW) – Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month, September through May, 10am in the Meeting Room. Every woman member of the parish is automatically a member of St. Bartholomew’s Sts. Elizabeth-Anne Chapter. A typical meeting begins with coffee and conversation followed by a brief business meeting and then a speaker. We end with lunch and dessert.

GUILD OF TEN TALENTS – Mary Kimberly

ARTIST GROUP – Michelle Hiskey

FOYERS DINNER GROUPS – Yinka Kerr

Parish Life Ministries

FUNERAL RECEPTION COMMITTEE – Cindi Knighton

St. Bartholomew’s offers many additional activities for the Parish throughout the year! Please check the Event Listing for the most current special events.

ON-GOING ACTIVITIES

Meals and Coffee Hours
We frequently gather around the table to share meals and meaningful conversations. We believe that, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.” Matthew 18:20

  • Breakfast is served every Sunday morning from 9am to 10am in the Parish Hall.
  • Coffee is served every Sunday after the 10:30am in the Parish Hall.
  • Dinner is served every Wednesday evening from 5:30-6:30pm September through May in the Parish Hall.
  • Please contact Amanda Vaughn, Administrator and Communicator, for more information and reservations at 404-634-3336, or admin@stbartsatlanta.org.

Annual Parish Retreat
The Annual Parish Retreat, in the fall, is a great way to get to know people and for exploring the possibilities of real community. Our Parish packs up and goes away for the weekend together. Much fellowship happens through eating, playing, learning, and praying together. For more information, please contact Dan Niccum 404-788-1816, Dniccum@gsu.com. Save the date for 2018 – September 14-16.