The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is a Christian community comprised of 109 worshipping communities and various ministries in Middle and North Georgia (GA).
Welcome to All Saints’ Episcopal Church. All Saints’ is a progressive Christian congregation in the heart of midtown Atlanta. We profess that the way of abundant life is found in choosing to follow Jesus Christ with all that we are and all that we have.
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta,created in 1907, comprises approximately 56,000 members and 96 congregations in northern and central Georgia.
In April we’re collecting for Forever Family, an organization that works with children whose parents are incarcerated. We’re collecting snack items to make trips to visit their parents more palatable: individually wrapped cheese, individual packets of nuts ( no peanuts but …
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S t. Bartholomew’s Church is a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. We open our doors to all who seek God or a deeper knowledge of God. We are pleased you have chosen to visit us.
Events View All › Lenten Series with Luke Timothy Johnson. Sunday, March 17; Wednesdays, March 20, March 27, April 3, and April 10 . Miracles are not confined to the stories of scripture; these signs of God's presence and power in creation are experienced throughout our daily existence.
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is the diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, with jurisdiction over middle and north Georgia.It is in Province IV of the Episcopal Church and its cathedral, the Cathedral of St. Philip, is in Atlanta, as are the diocesan offices.
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Welcome to St. Bede's Episcopal Church! St. Bede’s is a sacred place because it is a place where God and the human pilgrimage meet. It is a welcoming community because this is characteristic of the God we serve as followers of Christ – welcoming people regardless of race, gender, age, culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation, education, economic circumstances, family configuration, or ...