The Diocese of Atlanta Leads Us to Dismantle Racism
“Because racism works against our baptismal call to love others in the power of the spirit and to strive for justice and peace among all people, we seek to heal this chronic illness in our faith community through education, developing greater awareness of its existence in our ongoing spiritual formation. We will use prayer, intentional action, continued dialogue and the sharing of our personal and collective stories to help in facilitating the healing, transformation and reconciliation that will make it possible for us to truly see the face of God in all others.”
— Beloved Community's Mission Statement
Racism and Episcopalians' Christian Responsibility:
a 2- Part Forum Sponsored by the Commission for Dismantling Racism
Part One – August 30 – 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church
805 Mount Vernon Hwy NW- Atlanta, 30327
Part Two – September 13 – 7p.m. - 9 p.m.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
306 Peyton Rd. SW - Atlanta - 30311
Attendees are asked to participate in both forums. Forums will be closed with the celebration of Holy Eucharist.
For information contact Catherine Meeks at email@example.com
to speak at St. Luke's
Thursday, September 29
Mr. Stevenson, is the Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) in Montgomery, Alabama, a professor of law at the New York University Law School and the author of the best seller Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption. Stevenson was a gifted young attorney when he founded the EJI, a legal practice dedicated to defending the poor, the wrongly condemned and those trapped in the furthest reaches of our criminal justice system.
This event, sponsored by the Commission for Dismantling Racism, is made possible by the generous support of the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.
There is no cost, but seating is on a first come basis.
We will publish and disseminate information about the October pilgrimage to Macon as it becomes available.