Racial Reconciliation

“Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself? Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?”

Racial Reconciliation

Hau Mitakuyepi (hello, my relatives)

September 8, 2022

By the Rev. Shaneequa Brokenleg Hau Mitakuyepi (hello, my relatives),   The summer is coming to a close, and soon fall will be upon us.  As schools come back in session […]

Sacred Ground and General Convention Resolutions

September 7, 2022

By Jayne Osgood The Episcopal Church’s 80th General Convention in Baltimore this summer seems to have been a glorious celebration of beloved community! As the last BBC newsletter headlined, “We […]

From the Becoming Beloved Community Grant Community: Land Acknowledgment and Beyond–Church of the Incarnation and Trinity Cathedral 

September 7, 2022

By the Indigenous Ministry Team of the Commission for Intercultural Ministries–the Rev. Canon Tina Campbell, Miriam Casey, and Patricia Heinicke. Members of the Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa […]

Hispanic Heritage Month from the perspective of the Office of Latino/Hispanic Ministries 

September 7, 2022

By The Rev. Samuel Borbon Each year, the United States observes National Hispanic Heritage Month. Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates the contributions and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans […]

Back-to-School and Ministry 

September 7, 2022

By Canon Myra Garnes I love “Homecoming” services and celebrations in our churches as we launch the ministry year. It is a hopeful time for parents and young people. Perhaps […]

Highlighting Hispanic Voices 

September 7, 2022

By Oscar Rozo When you think Episcopal, what images come to mind? Liturgy? Organ music? Presiding bishop? When I think about The Episcopal Church, I think about Purepechas and Multicultural […]

Successful Racial Justice, Healing and Reconciliation-related Legislation

July 18, 2022

Race-related resolutions poured into the General Convention from dioceses, committees, task forces, and other bodies. We’ve curated this list of resolutions passed and concurred by both houses of General Convention. […]

A Diocesan Journey toward Truth and Transformation

July 18, 2022

As convention host, the Diocese of Maryland got to invite the whole church to learn about a ministry that defines their life together. For Maryland, that ministry is racial reconciliation […]

Sacred Ground’s Next Chapter

June 15, 2022

By Valerie Mayo and Katrina Browne Speaking of the ongoing subjugation of Black bodies post-Emancipation, W.E.B. Du Bois remarked in his 1903 classic The Souls of Black Folk, “In vain […]

From the BBC Grant Community: Art as a Doorway to Transformative Relationship

June 15, 2022

By Linda Witte Henke The Dismantling Racism Team of St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Carmel, Indiana, sees art as a powerful vehicle for building relationship and celebrating the voices   […]

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