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Vacation Bible School: The Fun Continues!


VBS Day 3! Spotlight on Clare Reid! Clare is a former youth of St. Columba EYC and is currently a student at Emory University. We are so thankful she is back home for the summer and willing to work in the lives of our children!

VBS Day 3 from Saint Columba on Vimeo.



Summer Worship Schedule

     We begin our Summer Mass schedule on Sunday, May 28 and continue through Sunday, September 3, 2017.  We return to our regular schedule on "Rally Sunday, " September 10 and Sunday school begins on the 10th as well.  Third Sunday breakfast continues during the Summer from 9:15-10:00.
     Our Wednesday evening program, "Table Fellowship: Journeying into Discipleship and Hospitality," continues through June 28.  Thursday's Rosary prayer service (12n) continues through June 29 and will resume August 3. Each of these weekday events suspends just for the month of July.



Rhythms of Grace

April 23 - May 18, 2017  |  10:00 am            (In the Narthex)

       Our Adult forum for the spring will mix things up a bit.  We tell the Easter story in so many ways:  in the songs we sing, the way we live our life (especially in the face of hardship or death), the prayers we pray for ourselves and for others, and most notably in the ancient liturgy of the Church.  

       Sunday mornings after Easter until Memorial Day we will explore the "rhythms of grace" as we discover afresh the gospel of hope in song, liturgy, and life.  Please join us!


Will You Stay And Watch With Me One Hour?

     Traditionally, the faithful have kept a constant prayer vigil, or "watch," at the Altar of Repose from the conclusion of the Maundy Thursday Mass until the start of the Good Friday Liturgy.  
     Recalling Jesus' request of the disciples, "will you stay and watch with me even one hour," we keep a prayer vigil before the Blessed Sacrament.  It's an incredibly moving experience and everyone is invited to keep watch.  A deputy sheriff is on duty throughout the night as parishioners come and go from 9pm Maundy Thursday through 12 noon on Good Friday.  
     You can sign up via the link below.  

>> Click Here to Sign Up for the Vigil Watch



Guest Preacher for Good Friday


     On Good Friday, April 14 at 12:00 noon, we welcome Father Austin McGehee as our guest celebrant and preacher.  Father McGehee is an assistant priest at St. Bartholomew's in Atlanta.  

     Prior to beginning his cure at St. Bartholomew's, he served as a mentor and tutor for AmeriCorps.  His ministry has focused on forming disciples and helping young people develop their voice in the Church.

     Originally from Flowery Branch, GA, he received his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi and his Master of Divinity from The General Theological Seminary in New York.