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Diocese Innovations Taskforce Evolves

Diocese Innovations Taskforce Evolves

In the Diocese of Atlanta, ministry innovations are being identified, encouraged, and amplified in a new way. The Diocesan Ministry Innovations Task Force is tightening its focus to helping parishes perceive and imagine new opportunities for ministries within the parish and its surrounding community.

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Absalom Jones’ Life is Blueprint for an Active Faith, Bishop Wright

Absalom Jones’ Life is Blueprint for an Active Faith, Bishop Wright

The life of the first Black Episcopal priest is a blueprint for building an active faith life, Bishop Rob Wright said during the annual Absalom Jones commemoration. The February 19 service, sponsored annually by The Union of Black Episcopalians, was held this year at Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Decatur.

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For Faith Devotionals

Seeing Differently

Seeing like Jesus makes the difference. That is implied in every story about Jesus in the New Testament. Still we should ask, what does it mean to see like Jesus?

Different Water

Living water knows that God is more than how and where we worship. Living water knows that even God is thirsty! God is thirsty for God’s children to worship in Spirit and truth.

Different Kingdom

The centerpiece of Jesus’ different kingdom is a loving, giving God, going to extravagant lengths to welcome us home to ourselves, to one another and to a kingdom where new beginnings abound.

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.

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For People Welcomes The Very Rev. Canon Martini Shaw

For People Welcomes The Very Rev. Canon Martini Shaw

In this episode, Bishop Wright has a conversation with Canon Martini Shaw, 17th Rector of The African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, the congregation founded by Absalom Jones. They discuss Absalom’s story that led to the founding of St. Thomas and how his legacy is lived out today.

Upcoming Events

We Are Complicit: The Diocese Apologizes for the Endurance of Slavery

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan, NY The Bishop of New York invites you to join him and the people of the Episcopal Diocese of New York in a solemn Service of Apology for the participation […]

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