Friday, January 21, 2022
In Hospital and Care Facilities
Susan Bozeman and Patty Harris and family on the death of their father, Jim Blitch, on Thursday, January 20 in Statesboro, GA.
The family of Ebb Oakley on his death on Sunday, January 16.
Suzanne Scarbrough and family on the death of her sister.
Please note: no visitations allowed in any facilities until further notice. Thank you.
To notify the clergy of a pastoral care concern, such as a birth, hospitalization, or death, please use the form below to immediately notify select clergy and staff. You may also contact Rev. Carolyn Stephens at 404.240.8207 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To bear, and to lift
“Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” says the Lord Jesus (Matthew 11:28).
We believe that we are all called to share the care and compassion of Christ as we can, to those who suffer in mind, body and spirit. As we celebrate the joys of life together, we also share in the sorrows and lift each other up.
Pastoral Care ministries are responses to these deeper needs of our faith community. Our ministries evolve with need, and all are encouraged to consider ways to be involved in this meaningful aspect of church life.