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Hurt

Hurt

Jeremiah is sick with grief. The poor have no advocates. Worse than that, no one cares enough to grieve after them. There is a drought of tears for the poor. The system is rigged in favor of the haves over the have-nots. County budgets are balanced on the backs of the...
New Course for Seekers and New Christians

New Course for Seekers and New Christians

Pilgrim: A Course for the Christian Journey approaches the great issues of faith not through persuasion but participation in a pattern of contemplation and discussion.Pilgrim is designed to help your church invite others to join the people of God on our great journey...
Refuge

Refuge

I will never forget it. I was walking around Ground Zero. It was two days after 9/11. The buildings were still on fire. We were passing out water. Socks. Prayers. Anything that would help those who were rummaging around in the rubble for life. I won’t ever forget the...
Beloved community: The Timeliness of Remembering

Beloved community: The Timeliness of Remembering

How do we build community, embrace our Baptismal Covenant and dismantle racism together? Read the second in a series of reflections by Dr. Catherine Meeks, chair of Beloved Community: Commission for Dismantling Racism. Parish participation, transformation and...
Listen. Talk. Share.

Listen. Talk. Share.

September is Suicide Awareness Month. The Episcopal Youth Community of Middle and North Georgia and the Bishop’s staff have created a video resource that you are encouraged to use in your work. This month, we ask you to be especially present in one another’s...
Children of Grace is Flushing Away Cancer

Children of Grace is Flushing Away Cancer

The Children of Grace (COG) preschool at Grace Episcopal Church in Gainesville is holding a fundraiser for the month of September in honor of Childhood Cancer Month. Unfortunately, the 2016-2017 school year brings two children to the school who have been diagnosed...
Out

Out

“Out-called” is who we are in Jesus. “Out-Called” from under the crush of the status quo. Out into a life of voluntary partnership with the Spirit. Out, beyond obligation, where joy is. “Out-called” we labor with Jesus in His stated purposes. Called out, we share the...