"As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace"
1 Peter 4:10
(Most ministries are on pause due to the pandemic. Contact the office, or refer to the bulletin for updates.)
Did you know that one out of three women in the U.S. will experience an abortion in her lifetime? For every hurting woman, there is a hurting man. Thousands of men and women seek deliverance from the pain and guilt of an abortion experience. PATH (Post Abortion Treatment and Healing) is here to help.
PATH (Post Abortion Treatment & Healing) is a Catholic ministry which provides a safe place for all individuals suffering from post- abortive trauma to grieve their loss and reconcile with themselves, others, and God. PATH (Post Abortion Treatment & Healing) also educates the community regarding post abortion trauma, its treatment and prevention.
We offer small group Save One bible studies for both men and women and also weekend Rachel's Vineyard retreats to help individuals heal. We are endorsed by Archbishop Wilton Gregory, and have been quietly serving women and men in and around Atlanta since 1996. Christ centered and confidential care is available.
If you want to know more about this compassionate and confidential ministry, please visit our website at www.healingafterabortion.org.
Take courage, He is calling you!
Contact Jody Duffy @ 404-717-5557 or email@example.com
En espanol 470-258-3433
Twitter - https://twitter.com/postabortheal
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/path_atlanta/
Contact Jody Duffy @ 404-717-5557 or en Español 470-258-3433
We welcome all who have or have had a substance dependency to join our active support group. You are not alone. We meet each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12:30pm in Room 201 of the Education Building and on Fridays at 8:00 pm in the Parish Center Meeting Room - Room 115. Family members are encouraged to join our Friday evening Al-Anon gatherings, in the Multi-Purpose Room. Confidentiality is maintained. For information, please call "Tony" at 770-568-8795.
Please contact the Parish Office for more information on the Bereavement Committee. (770) 973-0038 ext 114. or contact Fr. Vincent Sullivan for more information
Boy Scout Troop 433 came to Holy Family in November 2015 after being active in Cobb county for 60 years. They maintain a full and varied schedule of hiking, camping and special trips throughout the year.
Check out their website at www.troop433ga.com
The Troop meets every Monday evening at 7:30pm in classroom 203.
Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry seeking to eliminate poverty housing and to make decent shelter for families. Holy Family combines its efforts with other Catholic churches in Cobb County to increase our effectiveness in this ministry. Donations are combined with volunteer labor to build simple decent houses. These houses are sold to worthy families at no profit and are financed by Habitat at no interest. Our building schedule typically starts after Labor Day weekend. Your financial support will be appreciated year round. Please see the Holy Family Habitat for Humanity website for more information.
Contact Jim Nee for more information
The Knights of Holy Family Council 9792 are a Catholic, family, fraternal service organization dedicated to the principles of the order: charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. Community involvement is evident in the Knights support of Citizens with Disabilities, the Tommy Nobis Center, Kennesaw State Scholarship and seminarians studying for the priesthood. Parish involvement includes Sunday breakfasts, Casino nights and our annual parish Fall Festival, for which we have won state recognition. Special functions for members include a Christmas Dinner and Spouse Appreciation Dinner.
Perhaps a more fitting description of Knights' activities within our parish is "and anything else that needs to be done," always with fun and friendship entwined. Business meetings are held the first and third Mondays of each month and a social meeting the fifth Monday of the month. All men of our parish who are over 18 years of age and are practicing Catholics are welcome to become involved as their schedule permits.
For information on the national web site please click on the following links.
Our Pro-life Group works directly with the Archdiocesan Pro-Life Office to protect the Right to Life of all, from conception to natural death. Our group sponsors prayer vigils outside abortion facilities, organizes local and National Novenas for Life, distributes educational materials and conducts letter writing campaigns. All parishioners are invited to join us in praying the rosary.
Contact Mary Kaido for more information
St. Vincent de Paul
Our mission is to deepen members spiritual relationships with God and from this love received go out to serve neighbors in need. We do this through person to person visits with people who call the Church in times of trouble. We offer information, community resources, listening with compassion, encouragement. We give practical, material and monetary assistance when no other resource is available.
Meetings are the first Sunday each month at 11:45am in the Mulroy Room. Volunteers may also join to help on occasion, to pack and or deliver food, home furnishings, data entry, or to go along on a home visit with a member. All money and items donated goes for direct aid to the people we serve. Are you over 18 and have a desire to help someone else to make a difference in their life? Can you free up a couple hours a week, a few hours a month? Join - it will change your life too.
Our food pantry is another area that parishioners can show their support of this ministry. Please consider donating any of the following canned foods: meats and stews, fish, vegetables and beans, fruit, juice, applesauce, spaghetti products, meat sauces, all tomato products, salsa, peanut butter, jelly, all condiments, etc. There is a box in the Narthex where these items can be placed for donation.
Contact Phil Mooney, 770-973-7400 for more information