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The Episcopal Church in Middle and North Georgia is a vibrant and diverse community of followers of Jesus.

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The Wright House is a new space for UGA students to live, study, and pray. The Wright House occupies the former site of Episcopal Center and chapel in the heart of the University of Georgia campus at the corner of University Court and South Lumpkin Street.

For Episcopalians, this includes an on-site Chaplain, chapel, and programs. All students living at the Wright House are welcome to participate in programs offered by the Episcopal Center.

The Latest Diocesan News

Small Parish, Big Outreach

St. Andrews Parish has dedicated and placed six “Little Free Libraries” throughout their community, and it’s opening doors and special opportunities to reach out to neighbors, especially children.

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Committing to Reform Our Criminal Justice System

Following a national conference on ways people of faith can work to end mass incarceration, Episcopalians gathered at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta to identify concrete actions to reduce the number of people harmed by our nation’s criminal justice system.

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For Faith Devotionals

Preference

God’s blessing helps to locate us, confirm us, energize us and even offer us coordinates back to blessing when we stray. Blessing is experienced as a reason to hope, communicated by a reliable source based on an ultimate truth.

Restorative

Jesus redeems John and the good he was doing before his arrest by turning lament into life. Injustice will be with us as long as there is humanity, the question is will we let it have the last word?

Why Hope?

In celebration of and thanksgiving for the life and ministry of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., I thought I would try and distill a couple of reasons he gave for us to stay steadfastly hopeful.

Bishop Wright’s Podcast

For People, is a conversation in which Bishop Rob Wright meets listeners at the crossroads of faith and life to explore the challenges of an ever-changing world. Listen in to find out how he expands on For Faith, drawing inspiration from the life of Jesus to answer 21st-century questions.

The Latest Episode…

For People Welcomes Rabbi Peter Berg

For People Welcomes Rabbi Peter Berg

In this episode, Bishop Wright and Rabbi Peter Berg of The Temple, the oldest Jewish worshiping community in Atlanta discuss the history of Jews and Christians walking alongside one another in Atlanta, antisemitism and disinformation, and where we go from here.

Upcoming Events

The Holy Eucharist and Vow Ceremony

Church of the Epiphany 2089 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA

The Society of Saint Anna the Prophet, a vowed, dispersed community of Episcopal women over the age of 50, will hold The Holy Eucharist and Vow Ceremony service at the […]

Clergy Pre-Lenten Retreat

Camp Mikell Camp Mikell Road, Toccoa, GA

Returning for the first time since the pandemic is the Pre-Lenten Clergy Retreat. This self-led retreat is time designed for all clergy to decompress, reconnect, pray, play, and simply be together. Our […]

Happening 77

Camp Mikell Camp Mikell Road, Toccoa, GA

This high school retreat allows students to deepen their awareness of God while building community with their peers. Throughout the weekend, youth on Happening Team lead retreat attendees in camp […]

Seeing the Unseen: Beyond Prejudices, Paradigms and Party Lines

Cathedral of St. Philip 2744 Peachtree Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA

Seeing the Unseen: A bishop and gun safety activist offers a way forward from opposing viewpoints. Spirituality Conference with the Rt. Rev. Mark Beckwith February 18, 2023 9:30 a.m. – […]

We challenge ourselves and the world to love like Jesus as we worship joyfully, serve compassionately, and grow spiritually.

“Whoever you are, God seeks a relationship with you. Peace is within reach. Healing is within reach. Love is within reach. Don’t be afraid to bring your questions, heartaches, doubts and joys. It’s a great time to be part of God’s church.”

— Bishop Rob Wright