Published March 11, 2020
Here is a list of events in the Archdiocese of Atlanta canceled due to COVID-19 concerns:
The Archdiocese of Atlanta’s schools will close for two weeks, starting Monday, March 16. The closure was announced Friday, March 13, by Superintendent Dr. Diane Starkovich. She said there were no known exposures to school communities of the COVID-19 virus, but “in the greater interest of public health” the schools will be closed.
All public Masses are canceled, including confirmation Masses in the Archdiocese of Atlanta through April 5.
Joy-Filled Marriage workshops, part one and two, originally set for Saturday, March 21, are canceled. For more information, contact Daniel West of the Office of Formation and Discipleship at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Toni’s Camp: The event, hosted by the Disabilities Ministry, for women and men with special needs has been canceled. All registered campers will have their payments refunded. Any volunteer who already paid for bus transportation will also receive a refund. If a family or a volunteer has questions, please contact Maggie Rousseau at 404-920-7682 or email@example.com.
High School Youth Rally: The event scheduled for March 21 at St. Oliver Plunkett Church has been canceled.
Mercy Care: postponing the Mercy Ball from March 21 to June 13 for the safety of guests. We are grateful for community support of our mission and hope even more people will be able to celebrate with us in June.
Monastery of the Holy Spirit, Conyers: As of Monday, March 16, the monastery will close its retreat house, book store, museum and heritage center and its food bank, which serves Rockdale, Newton and Henry counties.