September 23, 2016
When Reverend Daniel Dice became priest-in-charge at St. Timothy’s three years ago, he was hoping to breathe some new life into the congregation. Situated in a residential neighborhood in Decatur, Georgia, the 118-year old Episcopal church serves about a hundred parishioners, mostly African American and Caribbean.
“This congregation has been here for a long time,” Reverend Dice explains. “And we have a lot of loyal parishioners who are interested in finding new ways of reaching out to the community.”
For inspiration on how to help them do that, Dice looked skyward—not just to the heavens, but also to the sloped roof of the white-brick church. Read More