Links & Resources
The Diocese of Atlanta includes 95 congregations in North and Middle Georgia, with a total of some 55,000 members. Their web page includes information about the Diocese, as well as information, and a link if available, to each Parish in the Diocese.
Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) provides emergency assistance in times of disaster; rebuilds devastated communities and offers long-term program development solutions to fight poverty.
The Episcopal Church in the USA (ECUSA) website includes resources and links to other websites from a wide range of offices and organizations, including messages and announcements released by the Office of the Presiding Bishop and top news headlines from the Episcopal News Service. This site also has links to Parish websites from across the USA.
The Anglican Communion The official website of the Anglican Communion provides resources and links to information about the work, witness and worship of the Anglican/Episcopal family of churches in over 160 countries around the world.
Anglicans Online includes an extensive, comprehensive list of resources on all things Anglican. The Episcopal Church in the USA (ECUSA) is the United States branch of the Anglican Communion. The ECUSA came into existence as an independent denomination after the American Revolution. Anglicans Online is packed with interesting links.
Mikell Camp & Conference Center is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, offering retreats, conferences and camps to Episcopal Parishes, other denominations, non-profit organizations, social service groups, educational programs and many others.
Kanuga is an Episcopal Center welcoming all in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina.
Daughters of the King (DOK) is an order for women in the Episcopal Church dedicated to prayer and service for Christ's sake. Learn more about DOK at their National Home Page.
The Revised Common Lectionary is a three-year cycle of weekly lections used to varying degrees by the vast majority of mainline Protestant churches in Canada and the United States. The RCL is built around the seasons of the Church Year, and includes four lections for each Sunday, as well as additional readings for major feast days. During most of the year, the lections are: a reading from the Hebrew Bible, a Psalm, a reading from the Epistles, and a Gospel reading. Grace Church began using the Revised Common Lectionary for Sundays beginning on Advent I of 2003.
The Verger's Guild (VGEC), founded in 1989, exists to support and nurture the office and ministry of the verger in the Episcopal Church in the USA. Learn more about the history and the role of vergers in the Episcopal Church.
Education for Ministry (EfM) is a program of theological education-at-a-distance of the School of Theology of the University of the South. Students sign up one year at a time for this four-year program. It covers the basics of a theological education in the Old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy, and theology.