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New Campus Missioners

New Campus Missioners

Transitioning into college is hard – really hard. We support all of our young adults whether they choose to go to college or do something else. The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta believes in giving every young adult the best opportunity to stay connected during...
Diocesan Day on Immigration

Diocesan Day on Immigration

Amid all of the public turmoil about immigration, how do Christians respond in a way that allows them to live into their baptismal promise to respect the dignity of all persons and the imperative from Jesus to love our neighbor as ourselves?That is one of many...
atlSERVE

atlSERVE

 During the week of June 24-30, 50 youth representing 14 congregations served communities all over Atlanta. Some of these communities were Crossroads Ministries of St. Luke’s, Holy Comforter, and Church of the Common Ground. Our youth did many acts of service...
Bishop Wright Appoints Four New Convocation Deans

Bishop Wright Appoints Four New Convocation Deans

The Right Rev. Bishop Rob Wright has appointed new deans for four convocations within the Diocese of Atlanta.The Very Rev. Mary K. Erickson, Rector, The Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Cartersville was appointed the dean of the Northwest Georgia...
Episcopal Service Corps Fellowship

Episcopal Service Corps Fellowship

The Road Episcopal Service Corp is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 service year. The Road offers young adults the opportunity to make connections between faith and social change, commit to community and simplicity, and grow in capacity for compassionate,...
Local Lay Chaplains Realize the Harvest is Plentiful

Local Lay Chaplains Realize the Harvest is Plentiful

Since May is National Mental Health Month, two of us would like to share one of the ways our local mental health court helps folks with mental health issues to lead productive lives outside of the criminal justice system. Our perspectives come from a judge who...
Malachi’s Storehouse Receives Generous Grant from ECF

Malachi’s Storehouse Receives Generous Grant from ECF

Malachi’s Storehouse, emergency food pantry located at St. Patrick’s in Dunwoody, is excited to announce that they are the recipient of a grant from Episcopal Community Foundation of Middle and North Georgia (ECF) of $10,400! This grant will be used to purchase...