The Commission on LGBTQ+ Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is thrilled to invite you to our annual Pride Eucharist, a celebration of love, acceptance, inclusivity, and unity.
The pages of history leap onto the vibrant canvas of Christ the King Episcopal Church and Mack Park as the community paid homage to the trailblazers of civil rights with a mural, dedicated to commemorating influential figures in civil rights, LGBTQ rights, and justice advocacy.
Members of Christ Church in Norcross offered a welcoming presence on June 1st at the 2nd annual Gwinnett Pride event. Christ Church vestry member Wes Quesenberry, who coordinated the pride event for the church, described his 55-year-old parish as open and affirming.
In Athens, Emmanuel Episcopal Church celebrated the Feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe with a bilingual service attended by about 160 that included Aztec dancers and was followed by a potluck supper of Mexican dishes, said the Rev. Samuel Porras.
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta seized the opportunity offered by this year’s resumption of in-person Pride Week to increase its longstanding support with new print ads, videos, and banners.