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Upcoming Events

Patronal Taize’ Service

St. Michael's and All Angels 6780 James B Rivers Memorial Drive, Stone Mountain, GA

Patronal Taize' Service, everyone is invited. Sponsored by the Mary Sandra Chapter of the Daughters of the King.

Preschool Open House

St. Benedict's Episcopal Church 2160 Cooper Lake Road Southeast, Smyrna, GA, United States

You're invited to join us for our Preschool Open House on Sunday, October 1, 2023, from 3:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. at St. Benedict's Episcopal School Main Campus (2160 Cooper Lake Road). Prospective families of Preschool 1's through PreK 4's applicants are invited to get a glimpse into the preschool classrooms and meet the preschool teachers. […]

Path to Shine: A Day at the Braves

Truist Park 755 Battery Ave, SE, Atlanta, GA, United States

Tickets and Sponsorships are on sale now for Day at the Braves 2023! Path To Shine®, Inc. is a nonprofit mentoring program for K-5 elementary school children. Encouraging children to DREAM BIG is our mission, and helping these children fall in love with learning is our goal. We know that when children love to learn, […]

Youth Minister Lunch

St. Thomas 2100 Hilton Avenue, Columbus, GA

All youth workers (paid and volunteer) are invited to a lunch and brief gathering (11:30-1:00) at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Columbus. We’ll eat lunch from 11:30-12:15 before transitioning into a hybrid in-person/Zoom meeting. These lunches help us work smarter (not harder) and will happen throughout the year in different locations.

Allan Folk School at Camp Mikell

Camp Mikell Camp Mikell Road, Toccoa, GA

REGISTER NOW for a weekend of creativity and fellowship in the north Georgia mountains. Creativity and creative skill are God-given gifts. In Exodus 35:35 we are told that “The Lord has given special skills as engravers, designers, embroiderers in blue, purple, and scarlet thread on fine linen cloth, and weavers." The Allan Folk School at […]

The Art of Taking Refuge

Online Event

As uncertainties grow and anxieties wound, how do we recognize God’s wellspring of care for us? How do we listen with hope? How can we ask, “Give me that living water?” As we reflect on our practice of prayer, how is God’s Love offering us refuge? When and why are we intentional about where we […]

Braver Angels Faith-Sponsored Workshop: Depolarizing Within

Cathedral of St. Philip 2744 Peachtree Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA

For people of faith, civil discourse begins in recognizing the image of God in our conversation partner. Since we are all children of God, our approach should involve mutual respect. Respect, not agreement, is an essential key for a healthy discussion. This workshop addresses how we may inadvertently be complicit in, or possibly even encourage, […]

Blessing of the Animals

Line Creek Brewery - The Reserve 18 Savannah St, Newnan, GA, United States

All animals are welcome, including stuffed animals and pictures of animals. All humans are also welcome to join us for a cold drink.

Choral Concert: Orpheus Men’s Ensemble

Grace Church 431 Washington Street Southeast, Gainesville, United States

Grace Church Friends of Music welcomes the ORPHEUS Men’s Ensemble on Sunday, October 8 at 4:00 PM. Concert is free; a reception will follow in the parish hall. Founded in 2015, the ORPHEUS Men’s Ensemble is a male chorus comprised primarily of music educators and church musicians from the Atlanta metro area.

Annual Pride Eucharist

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 435 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA

The Commission on LGBTQ+ Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is thrilled to invite you to our annual Pride Eucharist, a celebration of love, acceptance, inclusivity, and unity. The service is open to everyone, regardless of who you are or where you come from. We extend a warm welcome to all! If your parish […]

Coronation – The Works of G.F. Handel and J.S. Bach

Cathedral of St. Philip 2744 Peachtree Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA

Join us for an evening of soaring orchestral and choral music performed by The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra with The Cathedral of St. Philip Choir and Cathedral Schola. Julie Andrijeski and Dale Adelmann, conductors Caroline Robinson, portativ organ Program includes: Handel, Zadok the Priest Handel, Arrival of the Queen of Sheba Handel, Organ Concerto Opus 4, […]