Diocese from Atlanta was made in 1907 by Dioces from Georgia. Our parish thrives in the Metropolitan Area of Atlanta, Columbus, Rome, Dalton, and Macon, and in the lower elevations of small cities, towns, rural areas and central Georgia in the mountainous part of Northern Georgia. The oldest church in this parish is the Christian church in Macon, which was organized in 1825. The newest parish is St. Benedict, a Smirna state established in 2008.
Established in 1907
Diocese of Atlanta consists of a community of 110 worshippers across Central and North Georgia, with some 56,000 members. We are the ninth largest of the 110 Dioses of the Episcopal Church. We are a Christian community, and we have a vibrant and diverse community. Click the link above to find a nearby church.
Robert Christopher Wright's right leg was elected by the incumbents and priests of Dioséj in Atlanta on June 2, 2012 and became the 10th bishop of 105 years' history. On Saturday, October 13, he was ordained as a bishop at the Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel on the campus of Moorhouse College. An African american, who became a supervisor of Georgia, was born on February 3, 1964 in a Catholic orphanage in Pittsburgh, Pasatur, and adopted by the Count and Chalen Wright in nine months. After graduating from high school, he served as You for five years. Before entering Howard University in Washington, D.C., the crew and rescue divers of the Sir de a Navy helicopter graduated from Howard in 1991 with a degree in history and politics and worked as two mayors and a child lawyer for Defense Fund at Children'. For more information, see: https://www.episcopalatlanta.orgRobert W.