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An Update on Gathering and Worship Protocols From Bishop Wright
Dear friends in Christ, I write in response to yesterday’s good news from the Center for Disease Control (CDC). https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/pdfs/choosingSaferAct.pdf Now, fully vaccinated persons without a mask may “attend a full capacity indoor worship service, sing in an indoor chorus and attend small outdoor gatherings with fully vaccinated...

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…

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to Preach on Day 1

The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, presiding bishop and primate of The Episcopal Church, is the featured preacher Sept. 13 on Day 1 with host Peter Wallace, the nationally broadcast ecumenical radio program also accessible online at Day1.org and by podcast. He has preached on the program numerous…

The Diocese of Atlanta, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, and St. James Episcopal Church Receive Awards From Episcopal Communicators

First, we would like to congratulate two churches in our diocese for their awards. All Saints’ Episcopal Church for receiving an Award of Merit for their social media presence, specifically their Facebook and Instagram. We would also like to congratulate St. James Episcopal Church’s Communications Director, Amy Goetze,…

Cathedral of St. Philip to Host the First Small Church Summit

Small Church Summit is a NEW lay leadership training specifically geared toward leaders of small churches and the specific challenges and opportunities of ministry in a small church.  Training topics include financial management, Christian faith formation, effective communication, as well as how to invite others to church. There…

Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta Joins Interfaith Efforts at Capitol to End Mass Incarceration

The Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Atlanta will gather Wednesday Feb. 26, 2020 to urge Georgia legislators to pass a hate crimes bill. The two groups join a diverse coalition of more than 30 organizations from around the state supporting passage…

Learn How You Can Support an Accurate 2020 Census

This webinar will provide information on how you can assist the 2020 Census to get an accurate count in your community. Alan Yarborough, Church Relations Officer in The Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations, will provide information on why the Episcopal Church is an official partner for the…

Annual “Go! Summit” for Local and Global Mission Will Focus on Faithfully Responding to Climate Change as 21st Century Discipleship

If the old Diocesan Ministry Fair and the annual Global Mission Conference had a baby, it would be the Go Summit: Local and Global Mission in the Diocese of Atlanta. This year, Global Missions’ annual Go! Summit will explore faithfully responding to climate change on local and global…

Path To Shine Executive Director to Receive 2020 Nikki T. Randall Servant Leader Award

Deacon Lesley-Ann Drake, Path to Shine’s executive director, will receive the 2020 Nikki T. Randall Servant Leader Award on March 10. This honor is bestowed by members of the Women’s Legislative Caucus, a bicameral, bipartisan caucus of female legislators in Georgia. The award recognizes and celebrates exceptional leadership…

SUMMA Theological Debate Camp is Accepting Applications

Join us this summer at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee for SUMMA Theological Debate Camp. There’s no better place to enjoy the great outdoors, make new friends, and explore life’s biggest questions! SUMMA welcomes campers from all backgrounds and faith traditions. Camp is open to high school students entering…

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