Fr. Eric Hill
Fr. Eric was born and raised in Northwest, Indiana. He is the youngest of 6 children and his parents were Anne and Harold Hill. His first assignment was at Transfiguration. While Vicar, he was actively involved in all parish ministries and given the additional ministry of Catholic Chaplain to Cobb County Adult Detention Center. In the fall of 2002, Archbishop Donahue assigned him to be the Parochial Vicar at Prince of Peace in Buford.
In the summer of 2005, Fr. Eric was assigned to his first pastorate at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Decatur by Archbishop Wilton Gregory. He learned how to read Creole and served the Haitian Community as part of the parish ministry of Saints Peter and Paul.
In the Fall of 2010, Fr Eric was assigned to Prince of Peace as Pastor. In addition to serving at Prince of Peace, Fr. Eric serves on various committees with the Archdiocese of Atlanta.