Arise Thank You Dinner Tonight!

After the 6pm Mass tonight, July 30th, the Arise Youth Group will host a pasta dinner to thank the parish for all of its support in makingtheir summertrips to the Steubenville Atlanta Retreat and Catholic Heart Work Camp possible. After a delicious pasta meal, youth who attended the Steubenville Atlanta Retreat and Catholic Heart Work Camp in Charleston will give a brief slide presentation and speak about their experiences at these events.

RCIA Classes

If you would like to learn more about the process for becoming Catholic or you are in need of the Sacrament of Confirmation as an adult, please contact Miriam Berry, our RCIA director, if you need more information or have any questions. You may reach her at 706-864-4779 or  Our first Inquiry class will be on Monday, August 4th, at 7pm in the Parish Hall.

NFP Awareness

Each year, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops sponsors a “Natural Family Planning Awareness Week” to promote an awareness of Natural Family Planning (NFP) and to mark the anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s 1968 encyclical letter, Humanae Vitae, on the dignity of marriage and the Church’s teaching on contraception and sterilization. The theme this year is: “Natural Family Planning: It’s Worth It. Join the Revolution!” Continue reading

Landscape Work Day

We need volunteers to help us maintain our landscaped beds around our parish grounds.  Grab your gloves, kneeling pad, and some gardening tools and come join us on Saturday, August 9th, at 8am to spruce things up a bit. No gardening experience is necessary!

Women’s Guild Yard Sale

The Woman’s Guild is sponsoring a yard sale in the Parish Hall the weekend of August 15th – 17th.  There are still some tables available to reserve for selling your unwanted treasures.  The UNG students return to campus that weekend, so your unwanted items may be just the stuff they are looking for to furnish their dorms and apartments.  Please see today’s bulletin insert for sale hours.  For information contact Camille Payne, 706-867-9773 or Mary Ann Clagett, 706-864-4965.

Who Are Catechists?

Pope Francis answered this question saying, “They are people who keep the memory of God alive; they keep it alive in themselves and they are able to revive it in others. This is something beautiful.”  If you feel the call, our St. Luke children would love to have you for their catechist!  NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!  We will assist you in all that you need!  Class times are Sunday mornings, 9:15 until 10:30 am, from September – May.  We have needs from 1st through 8th grades. Call or email our DRE, Kelley Peffer, for more information.