ECA THIS WEEK
  "Our Mission is to bear witness to God's love and invite, encourage, and prepare God's people to share that grace with others." 
Due to COVID-19, ALL in person activities and events are canceled at ECA until further notice. As we know more, we will keep the parish updated.

Since we are unable to gather together during the week and on Sundays, we have several parish volunteers who would like to share in daily services, prayer time and some fun... all streamed live on Facebook ( if you don't have a Facebook account, see below ).

As this period continues during Lent, we will live-stream devotionals, evening prayer, compline, and more as a means to stay connected.

Contact Fr. Paul if you would like to lead.

Fr. Paul is available during this uncertain time for prayer, guidance and support. Please call 770-490-7234 or email rector@ecamarietta.org with any concerns, needs, or questions.
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Online Services at ECA:

All ECA Services will be online, streamed via Facebook Live. You don't need an account to access this. If you do not have a Facebook account, simply follow the instructions below.

This week, The Fourth Sunday of Lent: Services will be live-streamed on Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 am. Click Here for the Sunday Service Bulletin

Additionally, several members of ECA have volunteered to lead devotions, prayer, compline, worship, and more via Facebook Live throughout the week. Don't worry, if you miss the live-stream, simply look in the 'videos' section of our FB page and watch anytime.

The body of Christ is His people, not a building. We're in this together, and together we will worship the Lord!
E CA Lenten Program: The Four Gospels

You are invited to continue the ECA Lenten Program with us virtually! To access materials, please click here .
Directions to watch ECA Service LIVE Without a Facebook page

The Episcopal Church of the Annunciation's Facebook page is public, which means you do not have to create a Facebook account to view or watch live stream.

Don't have a Facebook account, and need a little help to figure it out? Keep reading.....

  1. Click the link here: CLICK HERE
  2. This will take you to our page. When the banner pops up asking if you want to create an account, click 'no' or click on the 'X' in the corner.
  3. From here, scroll down past the general information until you see the live broadcast happening (Sunday morning at 8:30 & 10:30). It will be the first post on the page. Don't worry, if you arrive late, or wish to watch at another time; the broadcast will remain on the page as a video (look at the list on the far left of the page for 'Videos'. You can rewind or fast-forward anytime after the service is posted on the page.
  4. Sit back, relax and watch ECA from home! Be patient, sometimes the internet connection may buffer with a live stream. No need to push any buttons once the video stream begins. It will buffer and resume.
Several Ways to Give During the Temporary Change in Worship

During the next few weeks we will not be able to gather in person at ECA. Sadly, many of our bills will still come in. During this time, please consider in ways to give in your absence.

For your convenience, ECA now offers online giving. It's fast and easy! Please note, there is a 2.2% fee plus $0.30 per transaction the church incurs. Simply click the 'Online Giving" button on our website and designate what your funds are for. You can also set up Check Pay through your bank and designate to ECA. Additionally, you may mail your check or take it to the church and place in the securely locked mailbox at the street, address is 1673 Jamerson Rd. Marietta, GA 30066.   We greatly appreciate your support during these difficult times!

Click here to make a one time donation online through paypal. Please note, ECA is charged a $ .30 per transaction fee plus 2.2% of the donated amount.
A Collect for Guidance, BCP 57  
“O heavenly Father, in whom we live and move and have our being: We humbly pray thee so to guide and govern us by thy Holy Spirit, that in all the cares and occupations of our life we may not forget thee, but may remember that we are ever walking in thy sight; through Jesus Christ our Lord.”  Amen.