The Pastoral Care Committee works with and supports the pastoral ministry of the clergy in reaching out to parishioners at Church of the Epiphany. We support those facing illness, loss, or life transitions. We share in moments of celebration and joy. We reach out to those who need extra support. We depend on the congregation to keep us in touch with the pastoral needs of our community.



Eucharistic Visitors

Parishioners licensed and trained as Eucharistic Visitors deliver communion to those who are not able to come to church for worship. Temporarily suspended due to COVID.


Ministry of Healing Prayer

Members are available in the side chapel during the Eucharist on Sundays to offer prayers for healing. Temporarily suspended due to COVID.


Grief Group

The Grief Pastoral Care Group meets 1st Thursdays at noon via Zoom for a healing and faith based conversation around grief and loss. Led by parishioners Megan Fraijo-Paul and Nancy Thompson, both trained psychotherapists. Please contact either Megan or Nancy prior to joining the group.


Pastoral Emergencies

In the case of a pastoral emergency, Please call the church at 404.373.8338 and leave a message for the Rev. Amy Dills-Moore (ext. 14) or the Rev. Nicole Lambelet (16). They will receive a message alert and return your call.


Prayer List

If you would like to add your name, or the name of a friend or family member to our prayer list, call or email the parish office. Names of friends and family members remain on the list for four weeks.

Pastoral Care Committee

David Draper, Chair

Lisa Carlson, Vestry Liaison

Lisa Daily, Vestry Liaison

Cecilia Democko

Tom Democko

Jarrod Moody

Susan Moody

Nancy Thompson

Pam Tipton

Sherry Wallace


mental health

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NAMI Help Line

developmental disabilities, mental health, drugs, or alcohol

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Georgia Crisis & Access Line

national suicide prevention

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Suicide Prevention Lifeline

partnership against domestic violence

Partnership Against Domestic