SERVE Opportunities focused outside the parish

Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus
Newcomers Welcome Committee
Respect Life
St. Paul Street Evangelization
St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVDP)
Social Action Ministry

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

The purpose of AA is to provide help to people with alcohol abuse problems. Anyone recovering from the abuse of alcohol and is able to help another journey the road to recovery is welcome to serve in this ministry. If someone has an alcohol problem, he/she is invited to contact the ministry. Solutions to drug abuse and other help are available 24-hours a day, 7- days a week.
Points of Contact: (English) Jim O., (770) 561-0635; (Spanish) Tony C., (678) 201-5376
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Amigos for Christ

This local non-profit organization began at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in July of 1999. Its mission is to support poor families by providing food, homebuilding, education, small business opportunities, medical services, and clean water projects to enable small communities to become self-sufficient. Work is primarily in the northwest area of Nicaragua called Chinandega with many mission trips per year. Interested individuals are invited to go to a mission trip to Nicaragua or to donate goods to the medical mission.
Point of Contact: Tessa Sulimirski, (770) 614-9250
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Boy Scout Troop No. 534

Boy Scouts work toward three aims: growth in moral strength and character, participation in citizenship in terms of a boy’s relationship with others, and the development of physical, mental and emotional fitness. Boys from age 11 to 18 years-old are welcome.
Point of Contact: Chris Reilly, (770) 286-7274
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Girl Scout Troop No. 13524

Our Girl Scout Troop provides a safe place for girls to grow in faith, share new experiences, learn to relate to others, develop values, and become contributing members of society.is reserved for girls from Kindergarten through 8th grade. We meet every other Monday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Optional outings take place throughout the year. New girls interested in joining our Troop are always welcome.
Point of Contact: Lisa Kindle, (678) 234-5101
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Hospital Ministry

The Hospital Ministry in one of presence to represent the community, the Body of Christ, and thus to bring the presence of our Lord to sick individuals. A trained hospital minister listens with his/her heart and has an attentive ear without offering advice. Participation in this Ministry requires detailed preparation, ongoing formation and prayer. Structure, policy and procedures are explained so a minister will be knowledgeable and comfortable when visiting the sick.
Point of Contact: Henry Rohlfs, Ph.D., Chaplain, (770) 904-2184
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Knights of Columbus No. 13457

The Knights of Columbus provide members and their families with volunteer opportunities to serve the Catholic Church, their communities, families, and young people. Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practicing Catholic men in union with the Holy See (who follow the Commandments of God and the precepts of the Church) that are at least 18-years old. Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. twice a month on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays.
Point of Contact: Juan Saldarriaga juansal2002@hotmail.com
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Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus promotes the welfare of Prince of Peace Council No. 13457. Its members assist in Catholic activities; participate in community, civic and worthy charitable undertakings; and promote intellectual, social and spiritual interaction among its members. Membership in the Ladies Auxiliary is open to wives, mothers, daughters and sisters of any active or deceased member of the Knights of Columbus. Prospective members must be at least 18-years old.
Point of Contact: Katie Saldarriaga ramblinwreck96@juno.com
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Knights of Columbus Squires

The Squires is a youth leadership organization associated with the Knights of Columbus. It is open to boys age 12-18 years-old irrespective of whether their Fathers are members of the Knights of Columbus.
Point of Contact: David Leonard 678-451-7202
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Newcomers Welcome Committee

The Newcomers Welcome Committee extends a warm welcome to all of the new parishioners who register with our Church. It oversees the distribution of newcomer packets and telephones newcomers with a welcome to the parish. This Committee also serves as a host for all Newcomer gatherings.
Points of Contact: Robert and Kimberly Lloyd, (770) 945-0327
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Respect Life

Respect Life brings an awareness of the value of life at all stages. Its members educate, share and proclaim the dignity of all persons by promoting a culture of life. Meetings are held the second Monday the month at 7:30 p.m. New member are welcome.
Point of Contact: Heidi Russell, (770) 614-8750
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St. Paul Street Evangelization

St. Paul Street Evangelization is a group of people that share the Catholic Faith and beliefs to anyone who is open to hear about it in public places.
Point of Contact: Pablo Correa, (404) 309-2189
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St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVDP)

The St. Vincent de Paul Society engages in works of mercy helping those in distress with food, clothing and shelter. Trained members quietly and confidentially assist their clients who have called in on the SVDP telephone line. Home visits assess individual situations. The organization oversees allocation of financial resources provided through monthly parish collections and other donations. Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Donations of food, furniture, appliances, cars and anything usable are gratefully accepted.
Point of Contact: St. Vincent de Paul Society, Parish Office (678) 960-0040, ext. 123
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Social Action Ministry

This Ministry promotes formation, awareness and advocacy of Catholic Social Teaching, which focuses on the life, dignity, and rights of the human person. Catholics are called in a special way to serve the poor and vulnerable and to build bridges of solidarity among peoples of differing races and nations, language and ability, gender and culture. Family life and work have special places in Catholic social teaching, as do the rights of the unborn, families, workers, immigrants, and the poor. Our tradition also calls us to show our respect for the Creator by our care for creation and our commitment to work for environmental justice.
Point of Contact: sam@popcatholicchurch.org
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