An Evening for Haiti: Benefiting the Children of Bois Blanc
Friday, September 28, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 11:50 PM (EDT)
An Evening for Haiti: Benefiting the Children of Bois Blanc.
An evening of food, drink, and entertainment & silent auction
featuring The Platinum Band and Jazz Singer, Ginou Oriol.
For more information visit: www.childrenofboisblanc.org
When & Where
St. Bartholomew's and St. Paul's Episcopal Churches
Founded in 1954, St. Bartholomew’s continues to be a place known for and where great care is given to worship—the liturgy, the music, and the sermons. This is the central place in our community where people are renewed in their baptismal identity and nourished, fed, and engaged for the journey.
Please visit St. Bartholomew’s website for more information.
St. Paul's was first founded in 1880 as a mission for the African American community in Atlanta by the Diocease of Georgia. It has been in its current location since 1959. Church for us means warmth, and laughter and worship of God. In the music, in the preaching and in the fellowship we have room for people of many different backgrounds and spiritual experiences. We believe that, “all are welcome at God’s table…”
Please visit St. Paul’s website for more information.