News and Events!
Path to Shine Midpoint 2019-20
The Path to Shine after school program is at its midpoint at at both Macon sites, Downtown at St. Paul's Episcopal Church and in the Lynmore Estates community at the Southside Community Church, and in Perry at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church. If you would like to volunteer in one of these program or donate to support them, please contact Julie Groce at firstname.lastname@example.org and she'll put you in touch with the proper program coordinators.
CDF Freedom School™ Macon 2020
Appleton will host its fourth annual Freedom School™Macon at St. Paul's Episcopal Church June 11 - July 22, 2020. Enrollment applications will be distributed at Ingram-Pye, Riley and Southfield Elementary Schools at the end of January.
Annual Commemoration of The Order of St. Katharine
Appleton's annual commemoration of the deaconesses of The Order of St. Katharine will be held on their designated diocesan saint day, in June. Watch for more details about the specific and time.
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
We are now accepting convocational parish Grant Applications for 2020 Funding on a rolling deadline.