Weekly Buzz 2018-11-14T22:09:07+00:00

The Youth Ministry presents “Cardboard City” bringing awareness to homelessness.

The Youth Ministry presents “Cardboard City” bringing awareness to homelessness. The event is Friday, November 16th with registration at
St. Michael from 4:30 to 5 PM ending Saturday Morning at 9 AM. We will create cardboard houses to sleep in for the night (with a grand prize for best house). Each participant must bring canned goods or a jacket collected to give to those in need. Blankets, tents, and socks will also be collected and distributed to our local homeless. To sign up your youth, or for more information, visit our table after each Mass in the Narthex.

Thanksgiving Mass on Thursday, November 22nd at 9am at St. Michael

It’s a truly American tradition to celebrate Thanksgiving with our family and friends while enjoying our favorite family recipes sitting down breaking bread together. Why not give thanks to the Lord by joining Him for the breaking of the bread receiving the most blessed meal of all, the Holy Eucharist to start your Thanksgiving?

Holylands Arts is Coming December 15th & 16th

Holylands Arts is Coming December 15th & 16th
Just in time for Christmas, Holylands Arts will be here at St. Michael selling their handcrafted olive wood treasures made by Christians in the Holyland, from Bethlehem.

Front Office Assistant Needed at St. Michael

Our parish is seeking a Front Office Assistant to work 28 hours per week here with our parish office team. This is a paid position. Must be bi-lingual and enjoy helping and assisting others. Computer skills are necessary along with very good interoffice communication skills. For more information, talk to Deacon Ken Lampert, Business Manager or to our Pastor Father Tim Hepburn.

Providing A Safe Environment

St. Michael and the Archdiocese of Atlanta is committed to provide a safe environment for all its’ parish family. We have an ongoing concern for those who have suffered abuse. The Archdiocese provides an abuse hotline at 1-888-437-0764 to report abuse or suspected abuse. At our St. Michael website, www.saintmichael.cc, under the banner of Safe Environment, you can access other resources to report suspected abuse. The Archdiocese of Atlanta provides
ongoing support for healing for those who have suffered this inexcusable trauma.