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Racism and Episcopalians’ Christian Responsibility – Part 1

The Beloved Community
Commission for Dismantling Racism
Diocese of Atlanta 

In response to emerging civil rights movements and the ongoing racial unrest throughout America, 
Invites you to

Racism and Episcopalians’ Christian Responsibility 

Part One – August 30 – 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church
805 Mount Vernon Hwy NW- Atlanta, 30327


A diverse panel of clergy and laity will consider the questions: 

  • Where is the Holy Spirit guiding us in relationship to the current Civil Rights Movement? 
  • How will the Movement remember Episcopalians in the Diocese of Atlanta during this historic period of American history? 
  • How are we active, visible and engaged in dismantling racism in our communities? 
  • What does the Black Lives Matter Movement mean to Episcopalians in the Diocese of Atlanta? 

Attendees are asked to participate in both forums. Forums will be closed with the celebration of Holy Eucharist. For information contact Catherine Meeks at 

 Part Two – September 13 – 7p.m. - 9 p.m. 
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
306 Peyton Rd. SW - Atlanta - 30311 

Later Event: September 3
Community of Hope Training