The Regional Council of Churches of Atlanta welcomes churches, faith-based and secular nonprofit organizations, individuals, businesses, and others to join us for fellowship, to network, and to explore ideas and issues of importance to the community. We work together to promote the common good, magnify the work and witness of the church, and help establish the kingdom of God throughout our region, nation, and all of creation.
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Do you ever wonder how to have discussions with youth about the supposed tension between faith and science? The Lutheran Church has help for you; here's a 4 part video series available at no cost.
The Regional Council of Churches Weekly Church Action eNewsletter contains events, volunteer opportuniities, and resources of interest to the faith community. We welcome submissions from the community. Past issues are here.Contact Ethel Ware Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Membership contributions from congregations, judicatories, institutions, seminaries, and interested individuals enable the work of the RCCA. Contact us for information ECarter@rccatl.org
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Church Women United is a racially, culturally, theologically inclusive Christian women’s movement, celebrating unity in diversity and working for a world of peace and justice. Founded in 1941, Church Women United is: