Parish Administration

The Parish Administration Commission is responsible for the church’s physical plant, fiscal administration, communications, and planning for growth. This commission also provides support to the All Saints’ staff, and is vital to the growth and management of the church, and the stability of the parish.

Parish Administration Commissioner:
Jay Murrill,

Peter Drake,

Duke Terrell,

Clergy contact: The Rev. Glenda Curry,, 205-879-8651


Arts, Furnishings, and Memorials Committee

The AF&M committee is responsible for the aesthetic integrity of the Church including beautification and procurement of furnishings. The committee facilitates the use of memorial gifts to the benefit of the parish. The Art Gallery subcommittee maintains the art gallery in Hulsey Hall.

How to get involved:
… Become a committee member.
… Display your art in the Gallery.

Contact: Patsy Andrews,


Building and Grounds Committee

The B&G committee maintains the church facilities including the sanctuary, parish hall, classrooms, and offices. Additionally, the committee is responsible for the church grounds, including the various gardens and playgrounds.

Contact: Duke Terrell,


Church Helpers

This ministry maintains a list of parishioners (and their special skills) willing to do tasks around the church. This group may be called on by the various ministries under the B&G Committee to help do small repairs, plant shrubs, repair fences or walls, repair furniture, and other “chores” not included in the Sexton responsibilities. The goal is to have six days a year set aside for gathering the group together to take care of the chore list.

How to get involved:
… Join a team of church helpers
… Take on a specific project

Contact: Floyd Alexander,


Kitchen Ministry

The Kitchen Ministry is intended to maintain the two kitchens in the church in a clean, orderly fashion. Each session takes about 2 hours at the most. We organize the pantry, clean out outdated foods from the refrigerators, clean the dishwasher and wash room, clean out drawers, sinks, steam tables, countertops and cabinets.

How to get involved
… Volunteer to join and team or even captain a team by recruiting 4-6 volunteers to help. At the very most, you will be on kitchen duty every three months.

Contact: Pam Phillips, 823-6635,


Communications Committee

The Communications committee is responsible for communicating the ministries, activities, and general workings of the parish to parish members and potential members. This is accomplished through The Parishioner newsletter, the website, the Parish Directory, signage, the Parish Calendar, and various social media.

How to get involved:
… Write an article for the newsletter
… Identify opportunities to raise the parish’s profile through integrating social media sources i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Contact: Debbie Donaldson, 769-3182,


Finance Committee

The Finance committee proposes a budget to the Vestry, recommends and approves expenditures, reviews monthly financial statements and resolves financial issues with focus on proper stewardship.

Contact: Tom Simpson,


Long-Range Planning Committee

The LRP committee engages in space planning seeking the highest and best use for church property. Additionally, this committee is engaged in determining the physical plants ability to accommodate future growth.
How to get involved:
… Become a member of the committee

Contact: Joel Blackstock,


Stewardship committee

The Stewardship Committee plans and carries out the annual pledge fundraising campaign and tabulates results. The Committee usually has a chair and a co-chair, with the co-chair succeeding as chair the following year. The chair sits on the Finance Committee for the year.
How to get involved:
… Volunteer to serve on the committee, which usually begins planning the Stewardship campaign in late summer.
Contact: Debbie Donaldson,