The Pride Parade will step off from the Civic Center MARTA Station (not the Civic Center itself) at noon on Sunday, October 15. We will have a Diocesan contingent in the parade, including a float. We encourage as many as possible to walk with us. For those with mobility issues, we will have some seating on the float. We also carry signs representing the parishes in the diocese that are welcoming and affirming to LGBTQ+ folks.
If you would like to sign up to carry a sign, please go to the following link and complete the information: http://tinyurl.com/Carry-Sign-in-Pride-Parade
RSVP is only to carry a parish sign; walking/riding just show up; see below for linkThe Episcopal Contingent is always one of the most popular in the parade each year. All are welcome to participate without regard to sexual orientation, gender, gender expression/identity, race, creed, color, etc. ALL are welcome!
The Pride Parade begins at the Civic Center MARTA station, located 2 blocks south of All Saints' Episcopal Church. It proceeds north on Peachtree to 10th Street and then heads left (east) on 10th, entering Piedmont Park through the Charles Allen Gate. It is a lot of fun to walk the route. The crowd cheers when the Episcopal Church comes into view. The float will have a limited amount of space for those who need to ride rather than walk.