The Neighborhood Church said that the Creative Connections is a time for art crafters of different ages and skill levels to come together in the community. The participants held a meeting once a month, and the next meeting was on Saturday, Nov. 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Atlanta First United Methodist Church said its volunteers and members had a fun time "hanging" out at the church building last Saturday. The church also thanked the volunteers who gave their time and effort to help string garland, set up candles, and prepare the Chrismon tree.
The Shallowford Presbyterian School has called to support the school to order some of the beautiful poinsettias in time for the holiday season. The school said the orders were due by Wednesday, Nov. 17.
The Shallowford Presbyterian Church announced that the Shallowford Family Counseling Center hosted a three-week series entitled “Turning Toward the Light of Goodness” starting on Monday. The church said it believed that it is going to be a transformational time for the congregation.
The members of the Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church assist the church's mission partner Suthers Center Food Pantry to distribute the food bags. The church's members have distributed at least 333 food bags on Saturday, Nov. 27.
The Druid Hills Presbyterian Church announced funding a $3,200 matching grant for Mercy Community Church. The church said the public might consider giving a special gift to this matching grant to help the members and community of the Mercy Church amid the cold days of winter.
The Peachtree Presbyterian Church has shared photos of dozens of volunteers and staff who have spent hours bringing the joy and beauty of the holiday season to the church. The church has also expressed gratitude for the time and effort of the staff and volunteers.
The First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta announced that it would hold a variety of virtual and in-person offerings approaching the season of Advent. These offerings include daily devotionals, concerts, lectures, worship services, and the annual Children's Christmas Pageant.
The All Saints' Episcopal Church said its 17 members have helped move everything needed for a new home for the Namakula family and a new refugee family from Uganda. The wonderful donations from the members of the church were provided to the Namakula family.