The Atlanta Spiritual Community, Inc.

Who We are:

Member – Agape International Spiritual Center – Association of Communities

Our Vision:

The VISION of The Atlanta Spiritual Community is to grow a loving, welcoming spiritual community in Atlanta, Georgia and beyond for the distinct purpose of Experiencing, Expressing and Celebrating the Divine within all things.

Our Mission:

Atlanta Spiritual Community, Inc. is committed to Spiritual Transformation. Through the study and application of Ancient Wisdom Teachings, we inspire and support evolution of the soul.

Our Purpose:

To offer opportunities for Spiritual Enlightenment, collectively engaging in Sacred Service projects, and experiencing community at a deeper level.

Our Logo:

The turtle symbolizes unification of heaven and earth. Turtles have not, however, always been viewed so positively. With increasing respect for the wisdom of indigenous cultures, including Native Americans, the world now has greater understanding about turtles. The turtle is one of the oldest animals on earth today, and some live over 100 years. There are 13 sections marked on a turtle’s back, and there are 13 lunar cycles in a year. The number 13 is the symbol of ascended consciousness. Around the outer edge of the shell are 28 smaller sections; there are 28 days in one lunar cycle and in the female cycle. The turtle represents Mother Earth, good health, long life, endurance, and persistence. Turtles symbolize longevity, lunar cycles, and the power of female energies. Because of its extraordinary characteristics, the turtle is the sacred image for our logo.

Programs and Services:

Sacred Service
Charitable giving
Support for non-profit organizations
Book Study – reading of spiritually uplifting books
Spiritual practice of group meditation
Donate funds, volunteer time, resources & services to charitable organizations
Annual and holiday community appreciation events

Funding Sources:

The Organization receives the majority of its support through tithing donations from the general public, attendees of our charitable activities, and spiritual study meetings.

The turtle symbolizes unification of heaven and earth. Turtles have not, however, always been viewed so positively. With increasing respect for the wisdom of indigenous cultures, including American Indians, the world now has greater understanding about turtles. The turtle is one of the oldest animals on earth today, and some live over 100 years. There are 13 sections marked on a turtle’s back, and there are 13 lunar cycles in a year. The number 13 is the symbol of ascended consciousness. Around the outer edge of the shell are 28 smaller sections; there are 28 days in one lunar cycle and in the female cycle. The turtle represents Mother Earth, good health, long life, endurance, and persistence. Turtles symbolize longevity, lunar cycles, and the power of female energies. Because of its extraordinary characteristics, the turtle is the sacred image for our logo.