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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…

St. Mary’s Sewanee Announces Their Workshop and Retreat Schedule for 2020

Ranging from one-day workshops to weekend-length retreats, St. Mary’s Sewanee: The Ayres Center for Spiritual Development is pleased to announce its events for 2020. To see a full schedule of events and register, please click here.

Small Church Summit: A New Lay Leadership Training for Leaders of Small Churches

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…

American Evangelicalism Exhibition Hosts Upcoming Guided Tours

“Thy Kingdom Come: American Evangelicalism from George Whitefield to Contemporary Politics” Pitts Theology Library’s spring exhibition pushes against monolithic portrayals of evangelicalism in the media and seeks to show the significance of this movement within the broader American culture. The exhibition is open during regular library hours and…

United Thank Offering: Submissions for Grants are Now Open

The 2020 United Thank Offering Grant Session will focus on the following: BLESS: Share Faith, practice generosity and compassion; and proclaim the Good News of God in Christ with hope and humility. The next Grants are due on the following dates: Annual Grant Applications: March 6th, 2020 Young…

ReviveATL Ignites and Inspires a Crowd of 2,000 to Put Love in Action

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry had the crowd rapt at attention throughout his sermon, one of many highlights of an engaging evening.   ATLANTA, GA — Wednesday evening’s ReviveATL proved to be a soul-stirring, inspiring event that brought out spiritual seekers from across Atlanta’s Episcopal community and beyond. People…

Three Meaningful Ways to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day

There’s no better place to celebrate MLK Day than in his hometown, Atlanta. Whether you’re interested in volunteering, learning at the museum, or watching the parade, there are plenty of ways to make this upcoming Monday not just a day off but a day on. Volunteering is a…

Faith Census Ambassador Webinar

The Census is just three months away! Over the past few months, Diocese of Atlanta ministry partner Faith in Public Life has been educating our communities why the 2020 Census is important. Now it’s time to begin planning for how we will help our communities respond. During this…

United Thank Offering Sells Supplies in Support

The United Thank Offering is now selling supplies, such as blue boxes, envelopes and other items. By purchasing their products online, you are supporting their mission churches and supporting Navajo families through employment. Every dollar made goes directly to serve their people, indigenous clergy and churches. To learn…

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The Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing is a crucial resource to help parishes and community members address racism through education and dialogue. To learn more, watch this video, featuring Bishop Robert C. Wright and Bishop Victor Atta-Bafoe: https://t.co/7OKNl1bN9L

“Sometimes a profound sense of sorrow washes over the soul and lays it bare.” Read this powerful story about 4 of our Diocese community members who found healing, forgiveness, and comfort during life’s most difficult moments. In the 2019-20 Pathways: https://t.co/Axq4i4eu2U

Honor the remarkable life and work of Absalom Jones, the first African American ordained as a priest in the Episcopal Church, with a special Holy Eucharist at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church tomorrow evening.

For more information, please click https://t.co/TycNRD9U3T

After yesterday’s holiday focused on love, we were reminded of one of the most important tenets we hold as followers of Jesus: “Love thy neighbor.” In last year’s issue of Pathways, we captured a discussion centered around this principle. https://t.co/aZfxN6AOKr

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