Presbyterians for a Better Georgia is a movement dedicated to cementing a better future for all. Founded in 1999, we have fought for impactful policy changes around healthcare and housing on the Georgia state level. We hold our leaders accountable while educating and empowering others to take action. We work to ensure that our voices are heard for generations to come.
We hold events and forums to educate the community while also communicating actions alerts during the legislative session. What brings us together is our dedication toward our common goals. We can’t do it without your help. Sign up for the newsletter, attend an event or donate to the cause and see how you can increase our impact.
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We Accomplish the Mission By:
Partnering with a Public Policy Advocate who works on behalf of the Partnership to influence legislation at the Georgia statehouse
Congregational Training and Campaigns: PBG gives member congregations effective advocacy campaigns
Organizing Educational Events: Volunteers from PBG member congregations host nonpartisan annual events to educate & inform
Central Presbyterian Church
North Decatur Presbyterian Church
Oakhurst Presbyterian Church
Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Rev. David Lewicki, North Decatur Presbyterian
Rev. Kate Culver & Gary Cornell, Central Presbyterian
Rev. Rebekah Lemon, Trinity Presbyterian
Mel Coe, Shallowford Presbyterian
Gail Funderburk, Pleasant Hill Presbyterian
Tim Merritt, North Decatur Presbyterian
Al Stacer, Eastminster Presbyterian
Peter Ward, Oakhurst Presybterian