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Parish life

A community of faith

seeking to love and serve

in the Spirit of Jesus Christ

Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit

724 Pilgrim Mill Rd.

Cumming, GA 30040

Worship Services

Sunday 8:30 & 10:45 am

Holy eucharist


Sunday School 9:30 am

Tuesday 10:30 am

Praying the Rosary

Wednesday noon

Contemplative Prayer

Thursday noon

Holy Eucharist

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 10am-2pm

Mailing address:

PO Box 1010

Cumming, GA 30028

Phone: 770-887-8190

email: ecohs@bellsouth.net

Coffee Hosts & Hospitality

Parishioners volunteer each week to prepare coffee and refreshments for the 8:30 and 10:45 Sunday  services.  It is a vibrant ministry that encourages fellowship after  services as a welcoming way to introduce newcomers to our parish. Volunteers are also needed to assist with receptions or other gatherings after funerals or other special functions.

SASSE- Socially Active Single Senior Episcopalians

SASSE is a social organization for the benefit of older members of the parish.  The group was formed to provide support for one another by forming bonds of friendship.  The members participate in monthly luncheons and occasional outings.

Men's Breakfast Group

The Men of Holy Spirit meet for breakfast on the    second Saturday of the month from September through May at the church. This in an informal gathering for fellowship, great food and an exchange of news on things going on around the parish. Breakfast is prepared by members of the group and there’s no charge. On occasion the members take on a minor project around the church after the     breakfast.

Parish Weekend

Each year, parishioners of all ages- singles, couples and families- gather at Camp Mikell in Toccoa for a relaxing weekend of fellowship and learning. A planned program is always available for adults, teens and children, or you may just relax and enjoy the peace and beauty of Camp Mikell.


Foyers is a social ministry where groups are formed at random, into groups of usually eight adults. Each group usually meets monthly in members’ homes for a simple meal and relaxed conversation. The focus is on hospitality, rather than entertainment, and the gatherings are devoted to getting to know each other as part of the larger    community of faith  and having fun  together.