Reconciliation - Confessions are heard on Saturdays 9:00 to 10:00am and 4:00 to 5:00pm, or by appointment. 

Anointing of the Sick - Please call the office or the priest on duty (on the answering machine) of anyone admitted to the hospital or who is homebound who needs this sacrament.
Communion to the Sick - Priests visit hospital patients on weekdays and Eucharistic Ministers bring Communion on Sundays to those who are homebound. Call the parish office.
Baptism for Children - Baptism preparation classes are held at 4pm in the Parish Center on the fourth Sunday of each month, except holidays. After completing the class, please schedule your date with one of the Priests or Deacons. All Baptisms are individual by appointment. 

First Reconciliation & First Eucharist  Also referred to as First Confession & First Communion, these sacraments are prepared for through the Parish School of Religion, which can be found under Education. First Communion Practice is Wednesday, April 13 and 20, 5:00-6:00 p.m. First Communion is Saturday, April 23, 10:00 a.m. 

Confirmation  Our Confirmation program is run by our Youth Groups. Teens attend EDGE and Life Teen, as well as a Confirmation course, to prepare for this sacrament. More information can be found at
Marriage  Marriage arrangements must be made at least six months in advance to begin sacramental preparation. One of the parties must be a practicing Catholic and a registered participating member of All Saints. Please contact one of the Parish Priests or the Deacon to schedule your date.

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults  Interested in joining the Catholic Church? Never been Baptized or Baptized in another faith? Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) begins in early September. For more information please contact Deacon Paul Doppel at or 678-427-8449.

Columbarium  Spaces are still available. Please call the office ext 39 for more information.


Class Rooms Laura Leach, 770-393-3255 x11
Kiernan Hall
Social Hall

Gymnasium Danielle Miller,  770-393-3255 x24


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Administration Building Sign-in Policy All visitors between 9am and 1pm are asked to sign in with the receptionist, or the sign-in sheet located near the receptionist window. With children present and the increased use of church facilities, it is important that we know who is in the building, where, and for how long. Attendees of large parties in the Social Hall need not sign in.

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