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Suicide Prevention Month 2020

This month, we ask you to be especially present in one another’s lives. September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Spend time with someone you care about. Start a new conversation. Listen. Contribute to our compassionate community. “As an example of loving like Jesus, make sure you connect with…

Path To Shine Invites You to Their 10th Anniversary Celebration

Path To Shine is excited to share the news about their 10th Anniversary Celebration, not only because it’s been years since their first program but also because you will hear first-hand accounts from people who have been impacted by Path To Shine. You’ll learn more about what makes…

Our Racial Shadow, Our Racial Complex, and Our Spirit of the Times Online Lecture with Fanny Brewster, Ph.D.

As we survive through the pandemic of the Coronavirus, we encounter what C.G. Jung identified in The Red Book as a Spirit of the Times. Our own contemporary Spirit of the Times demands collective attention regarding deep questions concerning our rites of passage — especially mortality. With the…

Death by Disparities: How Medical Bias Kills

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States, numerous news outlets have published scores of articles showing how Black Americans and other Americans of Color are dying at higher rates than their White counterparts. Is the death index germane only to COVID-19, or is this part of…

Conversations With Our Priests Virtual Event Series

The Cathedral Bookstore proudly presents Conversations With Our Priests. Beginning August 27, 2020, this recurring virtual event will be every Thursday at 7 PM. It’s free to attend; there’s no registration required. Check out the Cathedral Book Store website for the latest schedule and information on how to…

Introducing Imagine Church

Premieres Sunday, August 23 at 7 PM Watch on Facebook or the Imagine Church Watch page. Imagine Church offers a renewed approach to online worship through music, visual art, and spoken word. ​On the fourth Sunday of the month at 7 PM we invite you to join us…

Spoken Word Performance: My Black Life

This spoken word is written and performed by Dominique J. Hardy. It was originally performed during the Allyship for God’s People webinar which hosted for over 400 youth and youth leaders of the Episcopal Church. The video was filmed in June at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta, and…

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,…

Beware of Email Scammers Targeting Our Church Members

Email Scams Continue In the past month, there has been a significant amount of scam emails sent to church members in our diocese. We first received notice about this in July and unfortunately, some of our members are still being targeted. Scammers trick you into giving them your…

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Community Organized Relief Effort, @CoreResponse, is offering free COVID-19 testing throughout Georgia. Locations change weekly. Locations change weekly. Learn more here: https://t.co/2WhkUJIq2C

In part 2 of this 2 part discussion, Bishop Rob Wright and special guest Barbara Brown Tayor continue their discussion on Encountering God in the World. Listen here: https://t.co/ho44fBJeme

Imagine Church continues with a new worship service video this Sunday at 7 PM. Through music, visual art, & spoken word, Imagine Church gives online worship the familiar & spiritual experience we’ve all been missing. Learn more: https://t.co/4VLMnXOScd

Last week, Dr. Catherine Meeks, executive director of the Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing, spoke with @wsbtv about the changing conversations on policing and what the Center is doing to dismantle racism.
Watch the interview here: https://t.co/4YAXfhB2n1

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide can affect anyone, no matter age or background. If you or someone you know needs help or just someone to talk to, here are some helpful resources: https://t.co/gJGYutz3Gj
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