Attention Donors! Please submit your 2019 tax credit pre-registrations by December 15. Register online at www.gracescholars.org Your contribution will help deserving children and youth enjoy the blessings of a Christ-centered Catholic education. New donors are welcome! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-920-7900.
IOH Home (IOH) empowers homeless, working families to achieve self-sufficiency through affordable housing and support services that allow them to improve both their financial and emotional well-being. The most valuable gift you can give to the families of IOH this Christmas is the opportunity to achieve stability. You can do so via the IOH Giving Tree by contributing to the costs of housing and serving these families in order to break the cycle of homelessness. By ensuring the sustainability of IOH, you give the most precious gifts of all to families in crisis: Hope, Haven & Healing.
The IOH Giving Tree will be displayed in the church vestibule beginning Thanksgiving weekend through Christmas. Parishioners are encouraged to stop by to choose an ornament representing their intended donation.
The Georgia Bulletin is the Catholic Newspaper of the Archdiocese of Atlanta. It is published on a bi-weekly basis. Parishioners may now choose to receive the traditional newspaper at their home. For more information about the paper, please visit the GA Bulletin website.
As a parishioner of Saint Jude, in order to receive the Georgia Bulletin, please fill out the form below. There is no charge, however, we suggest a donation of $15.00 per household to cover the yearly cost to the parish. Donate Online
Please contact the parish office with any questions, 770-394-3896.
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