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The Rev. John Porter The Rev. John Porter is a retired Episcopal priest who has served Atlanta parishes for more than 35 years.

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The Rev. John Porter

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Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA

The Rev. John Porter is a retired Episcopal priest who has served Atlanta parishes for more than 35 years. Currently a full-time faculty member at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, he teaches courses on Ethics and The Jewish Life, the latter in concert with the rabbinical staff of Temple Sinai in Sandy Springs. Porter received his master's degree in theology from The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. and has taught theology at St. Bonaventure University in Olean, N. Y., as well as the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Va. John Porter has visited the Republic of Haiti over 40 times since 1998 and has assisted in raising more than $500,000 to build schools and churches. He is married to Mary, who has visited Haiti three times, and the couple has two children, Susanna Mees and Geoffrey Porter, who are both on the faculty and staff of Holy Innocents' Episcopal School. 

 

 


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The Rev. John Porter

Haiti: What Is Left of Her

The Rev. John Porter (TEC)

The earthquake struck out of the blue in the slow, hot hours of the late afternoon. A weird clicking sound was accompanied by eerie puffs of smoke sneaking out of the cracks and crevices of concrete walls. Then, terrible explosions. The ground buckled in waves and concrete slabs began to sail like ships across a tumultuous sea of chaos and noise. Bewilderment! Confusion. Dust and smoke reducing visibility to zero! Screams and cries for help! All the worse for not knowing what was happening nor being able to make sense of it.

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