Thanks to the generosity of this parish, All Saints’ Episcopal Church Atlanta now owns the entirety of our block. This achievement, one long hoped for by parishioners who came before us, now offers us the exciting opportunity to envision together how we can leave a legacy for future generations. We’ve formed a steering committee to guide us over the next three years through the work of discerning the future of our block. During the first year, our aim is to learn together, sharing with the parish all that we can about the city that is taking shape around us.

The committee has begun to meet with different partners in our community to learn about the changing face of Midtown, and plans to learn from churches and organizations around the country as well. We will share and discuss what we’ve learned during quarterly meetings with the parish, which are currently scheduled to take place on March 17, May 19, September 29, and November 24.

We are confident that by learning all that we can about the future of Midtown and beyond, we will be well-positioned to move into the second phase of this work, during which we will imagine the future of our block together.

Future of Our Block Steering Committee Members

Lend Your Voice

The future of our block is work that we are committed to envision together as one parish. We invite and encourage you to lend your voice to this endeavor to leave a lasting legacy for the future of our parish. In this first year of learning together, if you have a connection or contact in Midtown or beyond that you think we should learn from, please fill out the form on the contact page or email Pat Kiley, Assistant to the Rector, at patkiley@allsaintsatlanta.org.