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Halt the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Lease Sale

The Office of Government Relations for The Episcopal Church is asking for help to stop the progression of oil and gas exploration in the critical ecosystem of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. The Trump administration announced that it will initiate the process of selling leases to…

A Christmas Message from Bishop Wright

“We couldn’t have imagined a year like this one last Christmas. Everything has changed, but gladly what endures, what continues to bless us, is the music of Christmas…”

The School for Christian Practice Book Study

The first offering of the School for Christian Practice will be a four-week book study to reflect on Diana Butler Bass’s work Christianity After Religion. Our shared conversations and explorations of the book will help us gain a deeper understanding of the challenges facing congregational ministry today. Over…

The Multifaith Initiative to End Mass Incarceration (EMI) Network | Dec 2020 Update

The following information was shared by The Multifaith Initiative to End Mass Incarceration (EMI) Network in the December 2020 Network Update. You can download the original PDF here. The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is a participant in the EMI network. If you have any questions about the EMI…

For People with Bishop Rob Wright | Special Guest Bishop Andy Doyle

Saint Mary and Christmas with Special Guest Bishop Andy Doyle Mary has a thing or 2 to say about God in her song/poem/rap the Magnificat. In it, Mary talks of a God that topples over conceit and pride. A God that elevates the meek. A God that says…

Imagine Church — Next Service on January 3

In December, Imagine Church will be taking a break for Christmas, and there will not be a new worship service on December 27. Join us in the New Year for a special Imagine Church service on January 3, 2021. On January 24, we will return to the regular…

Christmas Messages from The Episcopal Diocese 

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s 2020 Christmas Message View the English and Spanish transcripts of the video here. Bishop Wright’s 2020 Christmas Message Bishop Wright’s Christmas message will be shared on December 24 at 1 PM. The video will be posted on our website and social channels. If you…

Congratulations to Carole Maddux and Juan Sandoval

Carole and Juan were both elected for terms on the Board of the Association for Episcopal Deacons (AED). Juan Sandoval, Archdeacon for Deployment in the Diocese of Atlanta, and the Deacon for Hispanic Ministries and Pastoral Care at the Cathedral of St. Philip was elected as one of…

Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright to Preach on Day1

Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright, author of  Dignity: Seven Strategies for Creating Authentic Community is the featured January 3rd preacher on Day1 with host Peter Wallace, the nationally broadcast ecumenical radio program also accessible online at Day1.org and by podcast. “Look Again! Choose Dignity,” Wright’s sermon for January 3rd, the…

Civic Engagement Opportunities

As stories and news on the election trend down, the  COVID-19 cases are trending up, even more so as we move into the winter flu season. Businesses, transportation agencies, and individuals are in dire need now. Add your support for additional relief now by writing your representatives in…

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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 https://t.co/iSsYesIa1c

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"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: https://t.co/fjSRUPqZzR

“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 https://t.co/rLl0WZNv1i

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: https://t.co/4VLMnXOScd.

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: https://t.co/DNFrU9x4bn

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