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All Saints Anglican hires new Christian Education director

All Saints Anglican Church in Peachtree City has hired Jessica Greiner as its new director of Christian education.

Greiner will develop and supervise a variety of youth programs and events to include seasonal pageants, music camp, retreats, mission trips, discipleship, outreach projects, youth fellowship, Sunday School and Children‘s Chapel.

All Saints Rector Rev. Michael Fry said of Greiner, “We are most pleased to welcome Jessica to our staff. Her energy and enthusiasm will be vital to the success of this important ministry.”

Greiner says she is passionate about working with children and families “to impart God’s love to them, while watching them grow together in their faith.” She hopes to expand the church’s programs to better serve the parish and the community.

She has already been busy spearheading service projects to include food collections and caroling at a local assisted living facility.

A St. Nicholas party is planned for Dec. 18 and a family “Dinner and Movie” night is scheduled for Dec. 23, featuring the Nativity story.

She has previously served as a pre-school assistant director, director of Christian education, and has worked in various positions in business administration.

She is currently a Girl Scout troop leader. Her formal education includes studies in early childhood education.

Greiner, husband David, and their two children have been All Saints members for one year. They have lived in Peachtree City for 15 years.

For more information contact the church office, 770-486-5374. All Saints is located at 225 South Peachtree Parkway.


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