Angela Harrington Rice is a visionary and master communicator who is the Founder and Spiritual Leader of One Love Spiritual Center, an inclusive spiritual community that meets in public spaces and is dedicated to breaking down religious boundaries by teaching the gifts and power of love.

Angela received her ministerial training from the Barbara King School of Ministry. She is currently a student preparing for the Master of Divinity Degree at the Interdenominational Theological Center.

For over 30 years, Angela Harrington Rice was familiar to many television viewers as the host of A Woman’s Place, an award-winning television that she created, produced and hosted for 26 years. It was Atlanta’s longest-running television series for women. Dr. Dorothy Height, Marianne Williamson, Susan Taylor, bell hooks and Iyanla Vanzant and many other national and local thought leaders were among the many guests she interviewed.

As a documentarian, Angela profiled leading spiritual leaders in metro Atlanta and was presented an Emmy Award for the documentary, World Pilgrims: A Sacred Journey to Turkey, a documentary that features a pilgrimage of Jews, Christians and Muslims to Turkey to learn more about each other and their faith traditions.

She is a recipient of the Silver Circle Award, an award reserved for an elite group of professionals recognized by the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences for those who have made significant contributions to television for 25 years or more.

Angela’s ministries also include Widow Wings, a support organization for widows; the Women’s Spiritual Network, a social media ministry and she recently published Resurrecting the Lives of Liberated Women, a book the celebrates women who lived life on their own terms. Through all of her endeavors her primary mission is to aid people in their personal growth and transformation through media, public speaking, workshops, life coaching, and of course preaching and teaching about the power of love.