Our Ministries are how we pursue our Mission: Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ. Our Ministries help us live into God’s vision for us as A Christian Community, Empowered by the Holy Spirit, Active in:
- Worship of God
- Discipleship for All Ages
- Serving Christ in the World
Read this overview and follow the links in this section of the website to learn more about how you can get involved.
You can remember our Ministries by the acronym: SWEEPS BiG!
- Pastoral Care
- Stewardship & Finance
- Buildings & Grounds
We also have chapters of two orders of lay ministry that support all our parish minstries:
Brotherhood of St. Andrew (Men)
Daughters of the King (Women)
Our mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ by Serving Christ in the World.
These ministries include support for the needy in Cobb Country Through MUST Ministries (shelter, food bank, addiction program, breakfasts, lunch program), Family Promise (transitional housing for homeless families), and Narcotics Anonymous. Our “5&2” hunger ministries support MUST and others in need. We also reach out to developmentally disabled neighbors at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Atlanta, and we encourage at-risk girls through the Cool Girls program. We support families in Cobb through Mothers Of PreSchoolers and our semi-annual Kids Consignment Sale, and we support the mission work of the Lamb Institute in Honduras.
For more information, click here, or contact Tom Martin.
Our mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ through supporting and leading the community’s Worship of God.
For more information, click here, or contact Shawn McIntire.
Our mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ among All Ages.
These ministries include Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry, and Adult Christian Formation. Programs include Sunday School for all ages, Youth Group, Children and Youth Events, Multigenerational and Intergenerational Programs, Weekday Bible Studies and classes, and other events to enrich the discipleship of all ages. See also the Brotherhood of St. Andrew and Daughters of the King below.
Our Mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ through Inviting, Welcoming, and Connecting people to this Christian Community.
These ministries include the Inviting team (reaching out to those outside our church and helping our members tell their God stories), and the Alpha program (a short course in the Christian faith). Our Welcoming ministries include Sunday morning Greeters, Hospitality teams that organize receptions and events, and the Newcomer’s Team that provides and intentional and personal welcome to our guests and new members. Our Connecting ministries include Foyers dinner groups and other events that keep us connected as brothers and sisters in Christ.
For more information, click here, or contact Kathryn Fant.
Our Mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ by Serving Christ in the World, especially through compassionate care.
For more information, click here, or contact Marci Thomas.
Our Mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ by being good stewards of parish resources and teaching Stewardship as a Christian Discipline and a way of life.
The Finance Committee develops a proposed budget for the Vestry and oversees the parish financial procedures and assets. The Stewardship Committee promotes Christian stewardship in the parish and runs the annual pledge process.
For more information, click here, or contact Treasurer Chuck Matheson or Rob Fleshman (Liason to Stewardship.) To learn more about giving opportunities and methods at St. Peter & St. Paul, click here.
Our Mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ by providing a venue for the Worship of God, Discipleship for all Ages, and Serving Christ in the World.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is an order of lay ministry for men with a chapter at St. Peter & St. Paul.
For more information, click here, or contact Chuck Matheson.