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Garden Blessing at St. Mary and St. Martha of Bethany

The blessing on Rogation Sunday of a new community garden at St. Mary and St. Martha of Bethany was equal parts of liturgy, picnic, plant sale, and sales pitch. The Rev. Laura Masterson and her congregants processed at the end on the Sunday service from the Nave, through…

Beloved

See All Beloved Stories » To be beloved, is to be loved unconditionally by God. It is both knowing and receiving God. It is openness to the Spirit’s work, which leads to incredible stories worth telling. Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God; everyone…

Bishop Wright: Loves Jesus, People,… and Cars

Have you ever met a Bishop who has an awesome collection of really cool cars? You have if you’ve ever met Bishop Wright! Bishop Wright shows car enthusiasts that loving great, classic cars is not at odds with being a leader in the Christian faith. “Some of my…

Camp Mikell Summer Camp 2022 Announcement
Camp Mikell is excited to announce that they will be able to offer a summer program this year and are opening registration. Just like every summer, the safety of the campers, counselors, and staff is the first priority. The staff of Camp Mikell are confident in their ability...

Honest to God: Love Thy Neighbor: Building Stronger Communities

In the second Honest to God program for 2022, David Brooks, founder of Weave: The Social Fabric Project, and Dr. Catherine Meeks, Executive Director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, take a deep dive into the importance of local relationships amid global challenges. Dean Hollerith invites…

Bishop Rob Wright Responds to Buffalo

This episode is in response to the recent hate crime and killing of ten black people in a grocery store in Buffalo, New York that took place on May 14, 2022. In this episode, Melissa and Bishop Wright reflect on a speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King…

Diocese, All Saints’ Earn Awards from Episcopal Communicators Group

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta was recognized in three categories of communications at the 2022 Episcopal Communicator Conference: podcasts, social media posts and long-form video. The winning entries were among more than 150 submissions across 18 categories and were independently judged by well-respected and experienced communications professionals outside…

Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia Grants $85,000 to Fight Poverty and Oppression Locally

Today the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia (ECF) announces three grants to organizations that are working to end poverty and oppression in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. The grants have been made to The Friendship Center (Atlanta), MUST Ministries (Roswell), and North Fulton Community Charities…

Men Against Sex Trafficking Gathered for the First Time

Horace Griffin, Associate Priest at St. Luke’s, Atlanta, and David Marmins, a member of the Temple, organized and convened the first Men Against Sex Trafficking event at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church last evening, May 4, from 6:30-8:00. Panelists Bob Rodgers (Street Grace, Atlanta), Brian Thomas (Wellspring Living) and…

Anglican Diocese of Cape Coast Inducts 50 Wardens

On April 24, 2022, a Vestry meeting was held throughout the Diocese. New PCC members were elected. On Friday, April 29, 2022, a one-day Orientation and workshop was organized for the New Wardens, Lay Pastors, and Catechists. 170 participants attended. The 50 Wardens were inducted to help Priests…

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