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Peril

Jesus told dangerous stories. Stories about hope founded in God and not the market. Stories about abnormal generosity that commend sharing not accumulation. Religious people were always uncomfortable speaking and listening to Jesus then. Imagine that, uncomfortable...

Diocesan Youth Worker Gathering

From September 18-20, the Office of Youth Ministry of our diocese was given the honor of hosting the annual gathering of Diocesan Youth Ministers. Almost 40 dioceses were presenting for the 3 days of networking, formation, and continuing education. On the last day of...

Unusual

There’s a gift in Jesus stories. Each one reminds us how usual we are. How quid pro quo the world that we have designed is. How too often life is cold, scared, prose. Into this world–the world of our usual brutalities–comes the saving poet, Jesus! His stories seduce...

An Open Letter to Trump and Congress on DACA

“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers for by doing so, some have entertained angels unawares.” (Hebrews 13:1)President Donald Trump and Members of Congress,As bishops of the Episcopal Church we implore you not to end the Deferred Action for Childhood...

Emmaus House Re-Affirmed a Jubilee Center

Emmaus House celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Sunday, September 17 by recommitting to its good work in Peoplestown and re-affirming its designation as a Jubilee Center of The Episcopal Church. Vicky Partin, Diocesan Jubilee Officer, invited the staff, board, vestry,...

Diocesan Pride Events 2017

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is proud to support these events during Pride 2017.  Click here to learn more about LGBTQ+ Ministries. Shower of Stoles Display View this extraordinary collection of over a thousand liturgical stoles and other sacred items,...