City Pilgrimage

During the Great 50 Days of Easter, we invite you to join us on a self-guided pilgrimage through our “City Labyrinth.” Over the years, the labyrinth has allowed seekers to go on pilgrimage without taking a long journey across many miles. Instead, we can journey as an Easter People to locations throughout the city to encounter the Risen Christ.

Throughout the season of Easter, we invite you to visit “places that make our hearts sing,” “places that fill us with hope,” and “places we haven’t yet visited” on our interactive online map. We will provide a few reflection questions and prayers on this page for each week, and you are encouraged to journey to the various sites with friends, co-workers, family members, or fellow parishioners. Share the sights and sounds of your pilgrimage on social media with the hashtag #ATLCityPilgrims.

We need your help populating the map with:

  • Places that make your heart sing (blue)
  • Places that fill you with hope (green)
  • Places you haven’t yet visited, but you’re curious about (orange)

Here is an example:

  • Places that make your heart sing (blue): The Dog Park at Piedmont Park
  • Places that fill you with hope (green): The High Museum
  • Places you haven’t yet visited, but you’re curious about (orange): Emmaus House

These places might look different for each of us depending on our unique perspectives and that’s OK! We will not publish your name with your locations.

Where are your places?

Use the form below to submit your locations and we’ll add them to the map!

 

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