2012 Officers and Directors

Dr. Gerald Durley

Dr. George Wirth

Rev. Joanna Adams

Mr. Steve Brown

The Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler
Cathedral of St. Philip

Dr. Alan Culpepper, Dean

Gregory V. Eason, Sr.

Dr. Robert M. Franklin

Mr. Bruce Gunter
Progressive Redevelopment Inc.

Dr. C.P. Huang

Rev. Yvette Massey
Red Oak United Methodist Church

Rev. Daniel Matthews Jr.

Rev. David Sapp

Ms. Sherrie Wilson
President, Church Women United


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Johnnetta Morris is the Membership Coordinator for the Regional Council and our Office Manager. She works with outside groups to find opportunities for congregations to make use of community resouces for the well being of members and the community.
Dawn Price has developed and implemented the ongoing Temple Testimonies HIV/AIDs project and its newest component Clergy Women Leading the Way. She facilitates the Young Ministers Roundtable a monthly gathering of those beginning their ministry for reflection on current issues in the world and the church. Dawn is ordained in the AME Church and will receive her M. Div. from ITC May 2008.


Courtney Hodges is in her last year at McAfee and is serving an internship at the Regional Council focusing on ministry to the homeless in our community. She has an interest in urban ministry.

Rachel Parsons has moved to Louisville. She spent her time at the Regional Council first working as social justice intern and then as an employee focusing on issues of economic justice.

Edwin Turnipseed the Regional Council Herchel Sheets Ecumenical Intern. Edwin devoted his internship to developing a faith community responsive to the needs of the West End neighborhood

Advisory Council

Rev. Kimberleigh Buchanan

Mr. Collie Burnett
Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters

Rev. Joe Crawford
Fort Street United Methodist Church

Dr. Alan Culpepper

Mr. Doug Gatlin
Faith and the City

Dr. Leland L. Jones Sr.
Greater New Light Missionary Baptist Church

Dr. Rex Kaney

Dr. Barbara King
Hillside Chapel and Truth Center

Dr. Mark Lomax
First African Presbyterian Church

Rev. James Lamkin
Northside Drive Baptist Church

The Rev. Tim McDonald
First Iconium Baptist Church

Rev. Jimmy Moor

Rev. Anthony Motley
Lindsay Street Baptist Church

Pastor Roe Nall, Jr.
Decatur AME Zion Church

Rev. Bradley Schmeling

Father George Tsahakis
Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta

Rev. Byron Wells
Chestnut Ridge Christian Church


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Medicaid Re-enrollment

If your ministry serves Medicaid/PeachCare for Kids, the Dept. of Human Services has a message and materials for you. 

    • Redetermination began in April 2023. Based on changes in federal law, the State of Georgia must complete redeterminations up to May 2024. We want to ensure current Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids® members are still eligible for coverage. 
    • During redetermination, the State of Georgia will collect and verify member information, including contact and income details as well as other requested information and documents that will be used to determine member eligibility. Not everyone will go through this process at the same time. In fact, it will take about 14 months to reach everyone. 
    • Members can visit gateway.ga.gov to view their redetermination date and to update their contact information today so they can stay informed about the status of their coverage. 
    • Members who need help can visit their local Division of Family & Children Services office for support. To find the location and business hours for local offices, visit: dfcs.ga.gov/location 
    • For more information on Medicaid redetermination, we are including a partner toolkit with resources in multiple languages, please visit “Stay Informed. Stay Covered.” 

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Lutheran Resource in Response to Gun Violence

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, saddened by the all-too-frequent occurrences of gun violence in the U.S., invites you on a journey of prayer, scripture, stories, and church teachings with this resource, A 60-Day Journey Towards Justice in a Culture of Gun Violence - an ELCA Resource  Through daily observances, it calls us to work toward the prevention of gun violence as people of God who strive for justice and peace in all the world. It may be used for individual reflection, group Bible study, adult education sessions, and congregational daily devotions. This began on June 16 but can be used at any time.

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