Rev. Marek Zabriskie to Preach on Day1 this Upcoming Holy Week

The Rev. Marek Zabriskie, the rector of Christ Church Episcopal in Greenwich, Connecticut, is the featured preacher March 28, Palm Sunday, and April 4, Easter Sunday, on Day1 with host Peter Wallace. The program includes interviews with Zabriskie conducted by Wallace, who is also the executive producer. The…

New Video Series with Bishop Wright: 5 Lenten Questions

We invite you in the keeping of a holy Lent this season. Join Bishop Wright in a 5-part video series to help guide us during this season of sacrifice and self-examination. Videos will be released throughout the season. Additionally, resources are provided to support the keeping of a…

Virtual Town Hall Meeting

On Wednesday, February 24, the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing is hosting a virtual town hall meeting to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and its effects on minority communities. Panelists include Dr. Jennifer Gander, clinical epidemiologist, Dr. David Jones, pediatrician, and Bishop Wright. Register Here

Service of Celebration: The Life and Ministry of the Rev. Absalom Jones

On February 14, The Historic African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas hosted a celebration of the life and ministry for The Rev. Absalom Jones. Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry began with greetings and blessings and Bishop Wright was the guest homilist. Video provided by The Historic African Episcopal…

Virtual Hunger Walk Run

More than one in every four Georgia children lives in a food-insecure household. The Hunger Walk Run is a project of the Atlanta Community Food Bank, in partnership with the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia, that unites our community to raise awareness and critical funds…

EYC’s Happening 1 Day Service 2021

Episcopal Youth Community’s Happening Steering Committee shares this special online service for our Diocese. The service includes readings, reflections, testimonies, and virtual choirs all led by the young people of our diocese. It is a reminder that you are enough, you are loved by God and by us…

“Share the Love” and Donate to Path To Shine®

Path to Shine®, a mentoring and tutoring program for elementary school children in Georgia, wants you to donate $28 for the 28 days of February. Donations to “Share the Love 2021” will allow Path to Shine® to provide a celebration for graduating 5th graders and purchase books, games,…

Bishop Wright’s Sermon dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

“Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

A Look Back on 2020

AN EXCERPT FROM BISHOP WRIGHT’S ANNUAL COUNCIL ADDRESS “2020 has distinguished itself in heartbreaking ways. The COVID pandemic rages on, the pandemic of racism continues to infect our lives and our institutions, and then there is our political life. What we do know for certain, and vividly so,…

Statement Condemning Political Violence

The following statement was issued January 7, 2021, by The Right Reverend Robert C. Wright, 10th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. Official Statement Yesterday’s events at our National Capitol have shocked, saddened, and infuriated us. We were dismayed to hear those who hold the public trust,…




Join us this Sunday for the virtual Hunger Walk Run held by the @ACFB in partnership with @ECFimpact. More than 1 in every 4 Georgia children lives in a food-insecure home! Join thousands of participants to fight against hunger. Register at


For Faith
"When God is Silent"
This For Faith is an excerpt from the 5 Lenten Questions video series, Question 2: What to do When God is Silent? We invite you to watch the video for a deeper dive into self-examination:

“What to do when God is silent?...As we get to know God we learn that silence is really a language for God, a means of communication…”
Watch the full video at

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this past Sunday’s Imagine Church service “Thirst” led by guest preacher Rev. Natosha Reid Rice.

If you missed it you can watch the worship service, and all past videos, at Imagine Church’s website:

Self-examination means we pause and check-in with our soul. In last week’s episode of For People, Bishop Wright discussed self-examination, practicing it in our lives, and its importance during the journey of Lent.
Listen to the full episode here:

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