As we face this pandemic together, numerous social services have been disrupted or called upon to provide more resources than ever. School closures and job losses have put enormous pressure on our children and families who need us most. We're looking at novel ways to retool delivery, and we are willing to help you. Food banks, feeding programs, diaper banks, backpack programs - please let us know how Appleton can help you help others. Also know that we are working diligently to retool delivery of student literacy support to digital platforms. Stay strong, be together in spirit, and wash your hands.
News and Events!
Free To Read Summer 2020
We have worked hard since the beginning of the pandemic to retool and rethink the delivery of our literacy programs. If you would like to find a way to support our program this summer, please contact Julie Groce at email@example.com
Covid-19 Update: Free Meals
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is serving as a Bibb County free meal distribution site on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for children under 18!
The mission of Appleton Episcopal Ministries is to share God's love by partnering as parishes in the Middle Georgia Convocation of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta to promote the health, safety, education, and well-being of children and families. Those parishes include All Angels in Eatonton, St. Stephen's in Milledgeville, Christ Church in Macon, St. Paul's in Macon, St. Francis in Macon, All Saints in Warner Robins, St. Christopher's in Perry, St. Luke's in Fort Valley, St. Andrew's in Fort Valley, and St. Mary's in Montezuma. In 2017, The Episcopal Church designated Appleton Episcopal Ministries as an official Mission Enterprise Zone in recognition of its convocational approach to ministry. Appleton's headquarters is located at St. Paul's Church in Macon, on the 1870 campus of the original Appleton Church Home. Julie Groce is the Missioner.
On Our Calendar
Appleton Free To read summer begins