Eucharistic Congress 2020: “Come Back to Me”
“Come back to me.” (Zechariah 1:3) This scripture is more than a theme for the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s 25th Eucharistic Congress. It is a personal invitation to you to come to the Lord through adoration, reconciliation, worship, song, prayer, education, service and fellowship with other Catholics. All are welcome.
The Eucharistic Congress started as a response to what Archbishop John F. Donoghue saw as a hunger in our church. During the two decades that followed, it has grown and evolved into a powerful tool for revitalization and evangelization. You can come with your parish or on your own. We encourage you to consider being a parish coordinator who brings others to the Congress.
At this amazing free two-day event, you will have the opportunity to see the incredible diversity of our Church on full display. Every culture will bring its gifts. Every age group has the opportunity to explore their faith in a way that is meaningful to them. You can experience different worship styles, vibrant music and dance, quiet prayer and reflection, offer service to those in need and listen to some of the best national and international presenters in the Church today.
All of this is united by the common thread of Christ in the Eucharist. “Come back to me,” the Lord is waiting for you.
- Volunteer Sign Up has begunIt takes around 600 volunteers to make the Eucharistic Congress possible.
- Hotel rooms are now availableRooms for $132.00 USD/Night available at the Marriott Gateway Hotel.
- The Speaker Videos from the 2019 Eucharistic Congress are available now.The 2019 EC speaker videos are now online.