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Clergy Of Decatur Release Statement On Racism and Justice

June 3, 2020 Black Lives Matter. We name that unequivocal truth. Black lives matter to God. Pastors of White Congregations Read Letter of Repentance in Support of Black Lives Matter shared by 11 Alive News. We speak to you as white ordained leaders of Decatur churches...
St. Teresa’s Rocket Fuel Program Helping Families In Crisis

St. Teresa’s Rocket Fuel Program Helping Families In Crisis

St. Teresa’s determined five years ago that our primary mission would be serving families in crisis. We therefore committed to the Jubilee Path to Shine tutoring and mentorship program. As we served these students, we became aware of the struggle they and many others...
Politics, Peace and Justice.

Politics, Peace and Justice.

To speak out against injustice these days is to be labeled as being “political and divisive.” But those seeking to dismiss justice seekers with these labels don’t know just how accurate they are! Jesus was also condemned for being political and divisive. He was...
Inspiritus Advocates for Social Justice

Inspiritus Advocates for Social Justice

The Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center calls for passage of The Georgia Hate Crimes Bill also referred to as HB 426. The Center has released a Statement Against Racism and Violence condemning the use of violence against peaceful protesters and declaring their...
For People Podcast Introduces New Host

For People Podcast Introduces New Host

Matthew Bowers, host of For People with Bishop Rob Wright will be leaving us to answer his call to serve as the Director of Youth Ministry and Programming for the Diocese of South Florida. Matthew, thank you for being our dedicated host since the premiere of this...
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Life expectancy depends greatly on your neighborhood and income. High-income people can expect to live 10 to 20 years longer than lower-income people. If you live in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, you can expect to live to upwards of 87 years of age while in...

Statement from the Province IV Bishops of The Episcopal Church

We, the Bishops of The Episcopal Church in Province IV, lead dioceses most of which were historically part of the states of the old Confederacy. As bishops in this region, we are well aware of the historic persistence of racism toward our black sisters and brothers....