Here we are, and by “here” I mean The Mystery. That’s what “here” means in the largest of senses. Mystery calls us forth, to be changed in ways we cannot now predict. Mystery calls us forth, to bring life and hope to people we serve. The Mystery that is our congregation is a 136-year-old story […]

136 years ago, in 1882, when the Rev. George Leonard Chaney first came to Atlanta, it was just a lot of dirt. And by that, I mean the prospect for liberal religion. The Civil War had ended only 17 years earlier, and Atlanta as a southern city was decidedly unfriendly soil for the seeds of […]