Each autumn All Saints’ Episcopal Church invites an influential and innovative leader to speak as a part of the Ann Evans Woodall Lecture series. This year former U.N. Ambassador, U.S. Congressman, and Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young will speak at the church on Thursday, November 10, 7 p.m. All Saints' Episcopal Church is located at 634 W Peachtree St NW in Atlanta.
In praise of his latest book Walk in My Shoes Maya Angelou said, “This brilliant, courageous, and intelligent man has stood for right and for Civil Rights for all people. In this book, we can follow the development of a young African American mind and the development of the movement which changed this country. He was brave, he was loving, and he was there. Thank God he lived to tell about it."
This winter at Yale Divinity School, Young delivered the Parks-King Lecture insisting to an audience of scholars, students, and pastors that “somehow a theology of salvation, and redemption, and resurrection has got to include a new economic theory.”
We know that this particular speaker will be of great interest to the Atlanta community. There is no cost for this lecture; all are welcome. Visit www.allsaintsatlanta.org for more.