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World Day Against the Death Penalty – Oct. 10

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta’s Position: Since 1958, Episcopal Church General Conventions have gone on record as rejecting the death penalty. In 1976, When the Supreme Court of the United States reinstated the death penalty, Bishop Bennett Sims joined his Roman Catholic counterpart in opposing the resumption of…

Creating Authentic Community in Education and Beyond: Virtual Book Launch & Discussion

Thursday, October 1 at 6 PM Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright, author of five books including the newly released DIGNITY: Seven Strategies for Creating Authentic Community is inviting you to a book launch and discussion with Rev. Dan Heischman, executive director of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, for a…

ECF Announces New Ministry of the Month Program

The Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia (ECF) announces a new gift program that will allow the community to vote each month to determine a ministry or nonprofit who will receive a $500 donation. ECF’s Ministry of the Month program seeks to highlight community efforts that…

Absalom Jones Episcopal Center Honors Bishop Frank Kellogg Allan and Elizabeth Ansley Allan

Virtual lecture featuring David Whyte Monday, October 5 at 7 PM   The Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing is pleased to invite you to the Bishop Frank Kellogg Allan and Elizabeth Allan Inaugural Lecture which honors them for their decades of generosity and service to the…

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…

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There will not be a new For People episode today. We invite you to listen to other episodes and be on the lookout for next Friday’s episode. Listen here: https://t.co/MQMFK2wTM2

“If faith as tiny as a mustard seed can move mountains, perhaps a kindergartener’s awareness of the size of a milkweed seed can shape the future.” – Kristyn Lopez. Read the full article “Love For The World” on the Pathways 2020-21 website here: https://t.co/QsGXdc3S6C

Why do many people want to talk about spirituality but not God? In this episode of For People, Bishop Wright discusses this question inspired from an excerpt of Rob Bell's book “Everything is Spiritual by Rob Bell.” Listen at https://t.co/bIQup4lodG

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