As you plan your Thanksgiving gathering, consider helping others in your community by supporting these Atlanta organizations, either through direct food donations, financial contributions, or volunteering.
Rev. Kim Jackson’s joyful, confident voice echoed outside of a matte black shipping container… Jackson stood next to Jim Thompson and blessed his new home. They’re with the Church of the Common Ground, a church without walls that serves the homeless, and they celebrated Thompson’s new home.
Honoring its commitment to share resources in ways that prioritize those who have been disenfranchised and oppressed, the Economic Justice Loan Committee of The Episcopal Church approved six investments in 2023 totaling $2.35 million.
This full feature-length documentary is inspired by the teachings of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. This is a one-night theatrical release you won’t want to miss!
As we reflect on legacy and tradition this holiday season, we’ve been thinking about patchwork. The practice became popular during the Depression when families would stitch together clothing to make blankets: a collection of diverse items and materials brought together to serve a greater purpose.
Candler Dean Jan Love awarded two Dean’s Medals in 2023, recognizing The Rev. Canon P. Lang Lowrey III 04T and Dr. Walker Ray 62C 65M 68MR for their remarkable commitment and contributions to the school.
The Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) is pleased to announce St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA, as the host of its 2024–2025 Gerre Hancock Internship.
A house that has been in Craig Melvin’s family since it was built in 1950 was put up for auction to pay for medical bills — but Craig’s family bought it to keep it in the family. They decided it could be put to a greater purpose and it’s being leased to a nonprofit called Family Promise to provide transitional housing for families in need.
Bishop Wright and Jeff discuss the relationship between wealth, faith, and the immense power of partnership in addressing societal issues. Jeff also brings to light the impact of socially responsible investing by sharing the history of the 1980s divestment movement, which initiated a pivotal shift in the perspective of investment returns.
Recently, Bishop Deon Johnson invited Bishop Rob Wright to be a guest on his podcast, where Bishop Wright spoke about the need for interior transformation as people, as followers of Jesus, and as a church.