Twenty eight years after his death, Martin Luther King, Sr. will be honored with a building. On Sunday, November 4, 2012, Ebenezer Baptist Church will dedicate the new Martin Luther King, Sr. Community Resources Complex (MLK, Sr. CRC).
A tribute will be offered during Ebenezer’s 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. Worship Services in Horizon Sanctuary and the Official Dedication Ceremony will follow at 1p.m. at 101 Jackson Street, N.E. Atlanta. During both worship services, Ambassador Andrew…Continue
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St. John’s Episcopal Church celebrates an annual All Souls Requiem Mass. This year, St. John’s will celebrate All Souls on the evening of Thursday, November 1, beginning at 7:30 p.m., a free service during which we remember of all who have died in the last year, and thank God for their life and witness. The requiem features ethereally beautiful music unique to the occasion, which is also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed. Under the direction…Continue
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ArtReach Project America Gala Fundraiser, Thur Nov 8, 630-10p, 57th Fighter Group Restaurant, PDK Airport, Atlanta, tickets $150 through www.artreachfoundation.org Guest speaker: BG Jim McDonald USA (Ret). Live music, dinner, auction, raffles. Many special guests. Raising funds to continue our work using the expressive arts in healing from combat trauma, PTSD, and TBI, and…Continue
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Candler School of Theology Woman in Theology and…Continue
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Dr. Kathryn Tanner, Frederick Marquand Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale Divinity School, is the speaker for this year’s Woodall Lecture, Thursday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m. , All Saints' Church, 634 West Peachtree. The lecture is free and open to the public. Dr. Tanner is…Continue
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"Almost anywhere you look today, in business, politics, sports, education, and yes Ministry, there is a resounding cry for Leadership! Today more than ever there is a need for Leaders who exemplify a high standard of moral excellence and are equipped with the necessary tools to maximize those they lead. In order to see the God given vision you have for Ministry come to fruition it will be necessary for you to get peak performance from your leaders.…Continue
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Atlanta Presbytery’s Peacemaking Partnership invites you to attend a potluck dinner and discussion about peacemaking efforts of the Presbyterian Church in Colombia (IPC) and the PC(USA)’s Accompaniment Program there. Come meet and hear Mamie Broadhurst and Richard Williams, PC(USA) Mission co-workers in Colombia. Bring a dish to share on Saturday, November 10, 6:30 p.m., North Decatur Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 611 Medlock Road, Decatur 30033. Please call…Continue
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Atlanta Music Festival Concert – Sunday, November 11
African American Concert Music with Dwight Andrews
Emory University, Atlanta’s First Congregational Church, and Meridian Herald present the 2012 Atlanta Music Festival Concert : Songs of Aspiration, Hope and Progress, November 11, 4:00 PM in the sanctuary of First Congregational Church, 105 Courtland Street NE. This concert tradition was begun over a century ago by…Continue
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The Work of Our Hands Artists’ Market will celebrate its 10th anniversary from November 15 – 18 at the Cathedral of St. Philip located at 2744 Peachtree Rd. in Buckhead. This acclaimed show features nearly 75 local and regional artists offering fine art,…Continue
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God calls us to some things we cannot do alone.
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Heaven Bound, an African American folk drama that portrays the struggles and pitfalls of a group of pilgrims striving to reach the gates of heaven, was first performed on February 17, 1930, at the Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atlanta. It was hailed soon after as "the first great American folk drama" by the Theatre Guild and has been performed annually ever since. This year's…Continue
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God calls us to some things we cannot do alone.
Read about how fabulous the National Festival of Young Preachers will be in January when it is here, in Atlanta! The word from Dwight Moody…
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In every congregation of every faith, victims, survivors and abusers sit in our pews. Some are listening for words of recognition, understanding, comfort, and healing, hoping to hear that the church stands with them and wants them to choose life. All need to hear a clear message that violence in our homes is against the will of God. Our silence makes us complicit to the suffering.
Find resources at these links…Continue
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The Lord will comfort the widow during the evenings of her mourning. The Lord will consecrate the performance of the righteous single mother so that the melody of her actions will bring harmony to her family. The Lord will imbue the wounded wife with the capacity to forgive and will send the fiery blaze sunlight through the dark shadow of imposing clouds. The Lord will send the warm embrace of companionship to the righteous single sister; for lonely is not the permanent state of the pure and…Continue
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Our God, give us wisdom to recognize our abundance and compassion to
share that abundance widely.
Give us open hearts to accept the generosity of others, especially when it
comes unexpectedly and in unfamiliar wrappings.
Give us wisdom and courage to…
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I greet you in the midst of these very trying times for my country. Since April, nearly a half million Congolese have been displaced and rendered homeless by a Rwandan-backed rebel movement in the east of our country. A United Nations Group of Experts report says Rwanda is training,…Continue
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September 25, 2012
To All Peace Loving Faith Organization
Dear Reverend/Rabi/Pastor/Imam/Shepherd/and Spiritual Leader,
I bring you and members of your congregation greetings of peace and love from the Friends of The…Continue
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