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It’s un­der­stood that when it comes to spir­i­tu­al­ity, many LGBT At­lantans are look­ing for some­thing new, which may be why (www.new­covenan­tat­lanta.com) was voted best house of wor­ship. Led by Bishop Randy Mor­gan, New Covenant Church brings a strong Chris­tian foun­da­tion to Cheshire Bridge, “where the spirit of God is be­ing poured out upon ALL peo­ple.”

New Covenant Church of At­lanta

Sec­ond place goes to (www.firstmcc.com) and

(www.stmarkumc.us)

takes third.

Noth­ing breaks up the work­day like pic­tures of hunky guys and tabloid retellings of LGBT At­lanta’s hap­pen­ings, mak­ing

(www.pro­jec­tqat­lanta.com)

Pro­ject Q

Re­la­tion­ship blogs round out the top three, with (www.equal­ly­wed.com) and (www.jua­nandgee.com) fin­ish­ing sec­ond and third, re­spec­tively. Ge­or­gia Tech grad­u­ate Emilio

has been man­ag­ing The Ha­vana Club for al­most three years now, and the huge (15,000 square feet) Buck­head nightspot has never been more pop­u­lar. The city’s hottest DJs can be found spin­ning there nightly, and the big­gest celebri­ties go there to un­wind af­ter a hard day of movie-mak­ing.

of The Pet Set (www.thep­et­set. com) came in sec­ond, with of Ra­dial Café (www.ra­dial.us) in third.

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