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When a tornado ripped through the middle of Georgia, St. George’s Episcopal Church rose to the moment and served its neighbors well, providing meals and cleaning up damage.
St. Andrews Parish has dedicated and placed six “Little Free Libraries” throughout their community, and it’s opening doors and special opportunities to reach out to neighbors, especially children.
Following a national conference on ways people of faith can work to end mass incarceration, Episcopalians gathered at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta to identify concrete actions to reduce the number of people harmed by our nation’s criminal justice system.
In the first Feedback Friday episode of Closer Look in 2023, host Rose Scott talks with Dr. Catherine Meeks, Executive Director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing.
In this episode, Bishop Wright and Rabbi Peter Berg of The Temple, the oldest Jewish worshiping community in Atlanta discuss the history of Jews and Christians walking alongside one another in Atlanta, antisemitism and disinformation, and where we go from here.
2022 was a year that brought a return to in-person worship and gatherings, recognition of racial healing work, new ministries, and educational resources in The Diocese of Atlanta. This is a collection of stories looking back on the year.
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For Faith Devotionals
God’s blessing helps to locate us, confirm us, energize us and even offer us coordinates back to blessing when we stray. Blessing is experienced as a reason to hope, communicated by a reliable source based on an ultimate truth.
Jesus redeems John and the good he was doing before his arrest by turning lament into life. Injustice will be with us as long as there is humanity, the question is will we let it have the last word?
In celebration of and thanksgiving for the life and ministry of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., I thought I would try and distill a couple of reasons he gave for us to stay steadfastly hopeful.
Bishop Wright’s Podcast
For People, is a conversation in which Bishop Rob Wright meets listeners at the crossroads of faith and life to explore the challenges of an ever-changing world. Listen in to find out how he expands on For Faith, drawing inspiration from the life of Jesus to answer 21st-century questions.