We are not a religion, we are an experiment in philosophical spiritual community. We believe that we can positively affect the way we experience and treat each other without claiming that ours is the only way. We believe in individual freedom, personal responsibility, and the importance of community.
Office Hours :
Monday-Friday 5-7 pm.
Or by appt. Contact Rick at 404-226-6843
We believe that people shouldn’t be excluded or disenfranchised because of race, gender, sexual orientation, physical or intellectual challenges, income, etc., and that we should take an active role in inclusion.
We believe it is important to support community initiatives in areas of social justice and hunger drives, to name a few, as well as projects closer to home such as accessibility improvements and youth education.
If you are intrigued, curious, excited by this different way of approaching a sense of meaning and purpose, come to a Celebration of Life, talk to a member and they’ll be glad to share their experience with you.
How to join or renew as a member or friend
We welcome new members. If you'd like to join the First Existentialist Congregation, please complete and turn in a Pledge Form. Contributions from individual donors like us make up about two thirds of our annual operating income. Your personal support of First E is important and meaningful. Pledge forms are available on the website, in the COL weekly emails and at the back of the Sanctuary. You can drop a completed pledge form in the offering plate, or send to the office.
First E Newsletter
To learn more about our Congregation and the activities we are involved in, please download and read our newletter.
CHARTER FOR COMPASSION
Our Congregation is a Charter Partner of Compassionate Atlanta. By signing the Charter for Compassion, developed by theologian Karen Armstrong, we pledge to abide by the Golden Rule.
To see the Charter for Compassion visit their website www.charterforcompassion.org
MORAL MONDAY GEORGIA SPONSORING ORGANIZATION
We are proud to be a sponsoring organization of Moral Monday Georgia. For more information about Moral Monday GA, check out their website & Facebook page. http://www.moralmondayga.com
Third Friday Film Series
American Winter (2013)
Documentary feature film that follows the personal stories of families struggling in the aftermath of the
worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Filmed over the course of one winter in one
American city, the film presents an intimate snapshot of the state of the nation's economy as it is
playing out in millions of American families, and highlights the human consequences of the decline of
the middle class and the fracturing of the American Dream.
Doors open 7:00 pm – film starts at 7:30 pm sharp
Popcorn and refreshments available
We welcome donations - $1 to $10 sliding scale
No one turned away
Rev. R. Lanier Clance
December 18, 1938 - April 15, 2013
We are saddened by the loss, but celebrate the life, of our founding minister and Minister Emeritus Rev. R. Lanier Clance. For articles, memories, and pictures of our beloved Lanier, please see the 2013 May newsletter.