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SOAP UP Atlanta is on the Move

SOAP UP Atlanta is on the MoveSign up NOW at https://tinyurl.com/supersoap2018 and make the commitment to join us onSaturday, January 26, 2019 from 9:30am – 3:30pm. Continental breakfast and lunch will be servedThe Commission on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST)...

Better

“To challenge as Jesus challenged, we must begin the journey that puts us in the world without the blinders of contempt or blinding assumptions that flourish because of lack of real proximity. Think about it, it seems right that Paul was struck blind and delivered to...

Blessed

‘You are blessed,’ is what I say to people every Sunday. ‘Blessed!’ Some people nod and some even shed a tear. Some people’s eyes stare upward, seeming to make a mental list of their blessings.  Gratitude is a funny thing. It penetrates us–moves us to do good things....

112th Annual Council | Bishop’s Cross Recipients

Select the cross to read about how recipients love like Jesus.Eva Bird | Mid-Atlanta Convocation At St. Paul’s, Atlanta, all agree that no one embodies Love like Jesus and Draw the Circle Wider more clearly than Eva. To engage in authentic ministry in the world, “Mama...

112th Annual Council | Bishop Wright Address

November 9, 2018Bishop’s AddressThe Rt. Rev. Robert C. WrightBishop of AtlantaGood Morning/ Buenos Dios!I greet you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I have been back from sabbatical for eight days and I am glad to see you. I am excited and energized to...

112th Annual Council | Legislation and Elections

Delegates listened in love and sought God’s guidance in coming to decisions as they passed three Resolutions and elected members to governing groups.Passed ResolutionsC18-1 Procedure For Securing Approval Of Encumbrances Of Parish Property Resolved, that the Canons of...

112th Annual Council Highlights

ATLANTA – The message of love filled the diocese’s 112th Annual Council – from Bishop Rob Wright’s opening challenge to the world, to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon calling upon each of us to be witnesses to the love of Jesus, through the...

Loving is seeing

“…when we say ‘ we challenge the world to love,’ we begin where God begins. “For God so loved the world.” Which implies God sees the world–sees her needs, her wounds and her promise and then responds. In other places we read that Jesus “seeing” various individuals and...

Ghana reflections 2018 trip

Beth-Sarah Wright, St. Paul’s, Atlanta, GA One God, One People, One Home “How can we sing the Lord’s song in a foreign land?” (Psalm 137). With much ease apparently when that foreign land is Cape Coast, Ghana. When that foreign land unexpectedly feels like home with a...