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Buckhead VIDEO: Peachtree Presbyterian’s Christmas celebrations have nice ring

Reporter Newspapers is profiling Buckhead’s Peachtree Presbyterian Church for its upcoming faith section, and on Dec. 6 a reporter attended the church’s Celebration Ringers rehearsal. The group, led by Administrative…

Though few in number, nuns make a big impact at St. Joe’s

Though few in number, nuns make a big impact at St. Joe’s

It would be an understatement to say Sister Valentina Sheridan is a people person. Known to most as Sister Val, Sheridan can almost always be found walking the halls at…

Holy Innocents’ opens expansion, chapel

Holy Innocents’ opens expansion, chapel

After nearly two years of construction, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church this month opens its new, $8 million expansion, including a towering, glass-walled chapel. The 30,000-square-foot building includes meeting spaces, offices,…

Smooth Grooves – Saturday, Oct. 13

8 p.m. – Kick off your deck shoes, hang up your captain’s hat and dance the night away to the smooth grooves of “Yacht Rock Schooner.” Coolers, beverages and lawn…

Atlanta Women Series – Thursday, Oct. 11

7:30-8:30 p.m. – Local entrepreneur/chef “Souper Jenny” Levison shares her thoughts on “Atlanta Women: Living Their Dreams.” Coffee and dessert served following the program. Free and open to the public.…

School expansion brings reason to get to know the neighbors

School expansion brings reason to get to know the neighbors

By J.D. Moor The Church of the Atonement and Congregation Beth Tefillah sit nearly side by side on High Point Road. For years, they’ve been friendly, but had little interaction.…

Wilbanks returns home to head Wieuca Road Baptist

Wilbanks returns home to head Wieuca Road Baptist

As it turns out, you can go home again. And, in the case of Mark Wilbanks, you can even follow exactly in your father’s footsteps. In February, the younger Wilbanks…

JNF Atlanta names new presidents

Jill Lerner and Matt Lieberman have been named co-presidents of JNF Atlanta, the Jewish National Fund announced recently. Their terms begin Oct. 1. Lerner is president of Jill Lerner Communications,…

A place where campers prayed and played each summer

A place where campers prayed and played each summer

By Kimberly Brigance and Clark E Otten Some metro Atlanta communities were created to hold courthouses. Others, including Atlanta itself, grew up along railroad lines. Sandy Springs was different. It…

Schools have variety of ways to mark baccalaureate

Schools have variety of ways to mark baccalaureate

High school graduation is a time rife with traditions. The cap and gown, the music, the honors, and for many, the baccalaureate service, an inspirational program typically held a few…