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Covenant Community

Addiction to Hope

Sunday, November 18, 10:20–11:05 a.m., Ellis Hall

According to the Substance Abuse Research Alliance (SARA), Georgia Prevention Project 2017’s White Paper, “the rate of increase in opioid deaths in Georgia was much higher than the rate of increase of opioid deaths in the United States,” making Georgia a high need state. Covenant Community is tackling this epidemic head-on by providing high quality services and supports to those in need. Join Johnathan Davis, Director of Covenant Community, and listen to stories of the brave men overcoming this epidemic, and learn how volunteering at Covenant Community has changed the lives of several parishioners.

For more information, email Jonathan Davis at jdavis@covenantatlanta.org.

Thanksgiving Dinner for the Homeless

Tuesday, November 20, 5:00–7:30 p.m., Ellis Hall  
Volunteers please arrive by 3:00 p.m.

For the past 24 years, Covenant Community and All Saints’ Episcopal Church have partnered to provide Thanksgiving Dinner to the homeless. Each year, hundreds of people gather on the All Saints’ campus to enjoy a delicious meal prepared by the residents of Covenant Community and served by the parishioners of All Saints’. The meal is made possible by generous donors and volunteers who want to augment their celebration of the Thanksgiving season by giving back in a way that uplifts the dignity of those who are homeless.

We hope you’ll join the residents of Covenant Community to help with this year’s Thanksgiving Dinner by offering donations of food and funds, or by serving the dinner. It’s a great way to include children and visiting family members in volunteer-ism.

For more information, email Johnathan Davis at jdavis@covenantatlanta.org.

 

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