The Road Fellows #Mission The Road Episcopal Service Corps Atlanta | Photo credit: GreenGate-Marketing.com

The Road is... 

A dynamic community and school of active hope to equip and empower young adults for lives of service, leadership, and spiritual activism.  The Road fellowship year is rooted in the work and prayer of building just, compassionate, and liberating communities. Road Fellows live in intentional spiritual community, work full time with agencies and ministries dedicated to justice, compassion and advocacy and participate in workshops and training to equip them with the skills needed for their service work and life beyond the Road. Road fellows engage in practices of spiritual and theological reflection as well as vocational discernment.

The Road Fellows learn

spiritual practices and real world skills that deepen and expand their capacity for compassionate service, advocacy for justice, social change, and courageous leadership.

The Road is an adventure

of heart, mind, and spirit for passionate and inquiring young men and women who are eager for challenging and transformative work.


Only through an inner spiritual transformation do we gain the strength to fight vigorously the evils of the world in a humble and loving spirit.
— Martin Luther King Jr.

The Road Fellows #Mission The Road Episcopal Service Corps Atlanta | Photo credit: GreenGate-Marketing.com

OUR MISSION

The mission of The Road Episcopal Service Corps is to equip and empower young adults for lives of service, leadership and advocacy on behalf of the least of these in our society. We seek encounters that allow us to develop relationships with our neighbors and experiences that prepare us to create liberating and healing communities for all people.

Our Name

The Road #logo The Road Episcopal Service Corps Atlanta | design: GreenGate-Marketing.com

The Road was chosen for many reasons. It resonates with journeys of faith in the Scriptures—on the roads to Jerusalem, Damascus and Emmaus. It reminds us of the common journey we all share as God’s children, journeys of faith and doubt, certainty and confusion, joy and sorrow, searching and finding. It recalls those roads which were key in the history of civil rights and of seeking justice for all in our nation—from Selma to Montgomery, from places of powerlessness to Washington D.C. God invites us to travel together on new roads that open us to new possibilities for understanding, for service, and for transformation which we may never have imagined. We are all about the journey, the road, and companionship along the way.

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