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Living a Matthew 25 Life

Living a Matthew 25 Life

These and others seeking to follow these principles found a life of purpose, fulfillment, and reward. But they didn’t do it alone and neither do you. You are welcome to join the journey along with 50,000+ followers of Jesus at any of The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta’s 120 worshiping communities in the middle and north Georgia.

Diocesan Youth Programs Continue to Grow

Diocesan Youth Programs Continue to Grow

The Diocese of Atlanta’s youth programs are on a sustained upward trajectory. Since the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic disruption, retreats, summer camps, and other diocesan youth programs have grown each year, said Diocesan Youth Missioner Holle Tubbs.

Reaching Beyond the Bars

Reaching Beyond the Bars

Episcopalians in the Diocese of Atlanta are putting their baptismal covenant to strive for justice and peace among all people and respect the dignity of every human being into action by visiting, educating, advocating for, and welcoming home those who are and have been in prison.

Welcoming the Stranger

Welcoming the Stranger

The Episcopal Church seeks to address issues of global migration and its root causes as the number of displaced people surpasses 100 million worldwide. The Church works to protect the human rights and safety of refugees by supporting the refugee resettlement work of Episcopal Migration Ministries.

Rainbow Village Growing its Footprint

Rainbow Village Growing its Footprint

The purchase of 3/4 of an acre adjacent to its campus to expand housing for Rainbow Village clients was funded by donors, Conner said. Details will be announced later this year, she said.

Caring for the Least of These

Caring for the Least of These

Jesus expressed compassion and called for caring for the poor and marginalized in his ministry and taught his disciples to do the same. Jesus does not mention any criteria of belief or behavior for those cared for, only that his followers care for their physical and...
Feeding the Hungry

Feeding the Hungry

Beyond encouraging Christians to be kind and generous to those who are less fortunate these verses point to ways that Christians can live out the virtues of donating food or money to organizations that help feed the hungry.

Renewing Commitment to God

Renewing Commitment to God

The Tuesday of Holy Week, clergy and lay members of The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta came together for the annual renewal of vows service where people of the diocese gather to reaffirm their commitment to God. Bishop Glenda Curry of The Episcopal Diocese of Alabama...