Stories of Hope & Helping

Stories of Hope & Helping

Stories of Hope & Helping

Stories of Hope & Helping

An ongoing series looking at how our parishes, ministries and fellow Episcopalians are caring for others during this time of pandemic.

Clubhouse Atlanta Opens in St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

ECF Grants $95,800 to Fight Poverty and Oppression Locally

Chattahoochee Valley Episcopal Ministry helps families with rent, utility aid

Appleton Episcopal Ministries Reimagines Summer Literacy

St. Teresa’s Rocket Fuel Program Helping Families In Crisis

Diocesan Mentoring Program Doesn’t Let COVID-19 Block Contact with Kids in Need

Atlanta History Museum Corona Collective: Calling for Submissions of Stories

Looking Beyond The Church Walls: A Priest Finds New Ways to Serve During COVID-19

The Future of Humanity, A Mediation About Coronavirus

Five Diocesan Ministries Receive COVID-19 Grants

St. Dunstan’s Pays Off Millions in Medical Debt for Struggling Local Families

First Week on Front Lines of COVID-19 Marked by Sadness and Unexpected Joy for Nurse from Diocese of Atlanta

St. Edwards Does Good

Episcopal Parish Fundraising Results in Hunger-Related Grants for Toco Hills Community Alliance and St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

St. Margaret’s Community Outreach Receives Grants for Shelter

Holy Comforter and Friendship Center Seeks Help to Bridge the Loss of Community Due to Coronavirus

Douglasville Church Continues to Feed Children During COVID-19

Crossroads and Church of the Common Ground Serve Homeless Atlantans

Emergency Funds for Families Impacted by COVID-19

“Here Am I, Send Me.” A Nurse Heads to New York

Episcopal Food Ministries Responding to Economic Fallout of COVID-19

Red Door Food Pantry Delivers One More Dinner TOGO

Christ Episcopal Church in Kennesaw Welcomes First Responders and Law Enforcement

Food Pantry Drive-Through Serves Over 3,300 Hot Meals a Week

St. James Church Finds New Ways to Connect with Children and Youth Amid Coronavirus Church Closures