All are welcome, all the time, at St. Patrick’s. Here we experience God’s love, care, and acceptance of who we are, as we are. How does this happen? It happens as we gather. It happens as we begin each week around a Holy Altar. It happens as we leave, re-commissioned for our “service” to others, around other holy altars where we work, in our neighborhoods, at Malachi’s Storehouse (our food pantry), and in inspired offerings for our children, youth, and adults.
Come, taste and see that the Lord is good! Come with your questions, to receive, to serve, and come with your gifts. But mostly, come as you are, expecting God’s welcoming.
In accordance with the canons and policies of the Episcopal church and our conviction that all are created in God’s image, St. Patrick’s affirms and celebrates all sexual identities, gender identities, and gender expressions. We value LGBTQIA+ members as vital members of our community and welcome all into positions of leadership on all levels.
While most who worship in The Episcopal Church reside in the United States, our denomination is truly global. You can find Episcopal parishes throughout the world, and we are connected with the 60 million member worldwide Anglican Communion.
We are located in Dunwoody, a city in the northern suburbs of Atlanta. St. Patrick’s is known for its warmth, spiritual curiosity and response to the needs of others. Many worshipers travel considerable distances to worship, learn, and serve with us.
We invite you to spend a few minutes in the Visitors’ section and learn more about our denomination and our Parish. Additionally, we encourage you to visit the Worship section of our website. See what we offer on Sunday mornings for children and adults. Read about our service in What to Expect. Come and join us on any Sunday; we’d love to worship with you!
Our schedule for Sunday mornings is:
8:00am – Holy Eucharist, Rite II, Chapel
9:15am – Christian Formation
10:15am – Narthex Gathering (Virtual)
10:30am – Holy Eucharist, Rite II, Nave