Welcome to Saint Julian’s Episcopal Church

FrBrandonPic Fall is here, and is a natural time of transition to connect – or reconnect – with a community of faith. Take some time to explore our website where you will find a parish that is dedicated to walking in love as Christ loves us. Whether it’s outreach or inreach, great worship or beautiful music, at St. Julian’s there is something for everyone – seeker and believer alike – that will not only make you feel at home, but will empower you to find and experience Christ out and about in the world. This Autumn come and see what’s going on at St. Julian’s parish, and in doing so I pray you will find Christ in whom we all live, move, and have our being. ~Fr. Brandon

Donate to Episcopal Relief and Development for victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria as well as for the victims of the earthquakes in Mexico.

Fr. Brandon’s recent sermons and blog postings can be found here.

October Feast Days and Alternative Services
3 – Hymns and Holy Eucharist at The Benton House – 3:00pm
4 – Healing Service with Holy Eucharist – 6:15pm
18 – St. Luke’s Feast Day – Rite I Service – NOON
20 – St. Simon and Jude’s Feast Day – Rite I Service – NOON
22 – Evensong – 7pm
29 – Stewardship Sunday – 10:30 worship only. Potluck in Parish Hall

Workshops at the Parish
23 – Forgiveness Workshop – 1pm – 5pm
Using science and theology, Fr. Brandon will help guide the group in thinking, praying, and implementing a practice of forgiveness in your daily life. For more information contact Fr. Brandon.

Dismantling Racism Training
September 30, Grace Episcopal, Gainesville
November 4, Holy Family, Jasper
December 12, St. Stephen’s, Milledgeville

Training, required of all clergy and lay leaders, runs for a single day from 8 am to 4 pm. Although there is no charge to take the training, preregistration is requested no later than one week in advance. For information on the training and how to register, write to Mary Job, at mjob@episcopalatlanta.org. Learn more about Dismantling Racism here.

The Circle: A Gathering of Contemplative Study
Grace Church, Gainesville • Sundays, Sept 17 & 24 and Oct 1 & 8
The current session is scheduled for four consecutive Sundays: September 17, 24, October 1, and 8. We will gather in the Chapel at Grace Church from 6:30 to 8:00 pmLearn more.


Our Mission Statement:
The mission of Saint Julian’s Episcopal Church is to use the talents and ministry of all its members to proclaim the Gospel; promote justice, peace, and love through our prayers and actions.

Our Vision:
Saint Julian’s welcomes all to worship in a supportive community expressing God’s love and transforming lives to serve the world.