Whether you are visiting our site because you are new in the area and looking for a church home or have never set foot in a church before and are curious about the Episcopal Church in general and St. Julian’s in particular. Welcome.
St. Julian’s strives to be an open, diverse, and inclusive community where we recognize that people have many different experiences of God and approaches to the interpretation of Scripture. We try to see beyond those differences to the common ground we share as brothers and sisters in Christ and children of God. We aim to respect the unique gifts of each individual and celebrate the image of God in all people.
Finally, relying on God’s grace, we hope to share a journey and to help each other as we grow individually and as a community into a more Christ like people that we might share God’s love with the world.
Whether you need an oasis on your journey and a place to rest and recoup from a previous trek or someone with whom to travel into new territory, we’re here for you, and we invite you to join us!
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One of five acts from St. Julian’s Follies on May 4th, 2013
What’s Going On:
Every week of the school year we give a gift of a backpack of food to fourteen kids at Annette Winn Elementary School. These kids receive free breakfasts and lunches at school due to the financial situation in their homes. The food that we provide is usually all that they have to eat on the weekends. We have been stocking up the pantry in preparation for the February break so that we can provide our kids with basic meals for those nine days. The ministry can always use individual packs of oatmeal, cereal, powdered or UHT unflavored milk, 100% juice boxes, cans of pasta, vegetables and tuna, peanut butter, snacks and anything else that you care to donate. So, while you are out shopping, pick up some of these items and bring them with you to church… you don’t even have to go out of your way! For additional information contact Ralph or Patricia Urbas at (770) 949-4999 or email@example.com.
Friday Night Fire and Fellowship May 17th
Please join us for the inaugural Friday Night Fire and Fellowship, a new St. Julian’s tradition, held at the fire ring next to the pavilion. Please bring your chairs, snacks (s ‘more’s anyone?), drinks, and your spirit of fun and fellowship. We’ll meet about 7:30 until… This will be a once a month event, weather permitting. Questions, please contact Theresa Buchanan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dotti Buchanan at email@example.com.