The Diocese of Atlanta is proud to be home to a new resource for the worldwide Episcopal Church. Located at the Atlanta University Center among Morehouse,...
Where do we go from here: chaos or community?August 16, 2017
In this moment – when the stain of bigotry has once again covered our land, and when hope, frankly, sometimes seems far away, when we must now remember new...
Webinar: Becoming Beloved CommunityMay 15, 2017
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and President of the House of Deputies the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings hosted a webinar to discuss Becoming Beloved...
The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart on policing, reconciliation, black lives and the church’s roleJuly 31, 2016
The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart spent 20 years working as a police officer for the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department. She joined the...
The Intersection of Poverty & EnvironmentMay 1, 2012
[05/02/12] The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, delivers a keynote speech on the Intersection of Poverty...
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[Diocese of Mississippi] Church bells tolled across Mississippi from Episcopal bell towers in memory of civil rights activist Medgar Evers on June 12.
The Diocese of Mississippi and the Racial Reconciliation Task Force responded to a request by the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the...
[Anglican Communion News Service] The British government has announced an annual memorial day in honor of a murdered teenager, Stephen Lawrence, who was killed in a racist attack near his south London home 25 years ago. Lawrence was born to Jamaican immigrants to the United Kingdom. He died at...
Door of Return: Racial Truth and Reconciliation Pilgrimage to Ghana is a series of three powerful, short films and discussion tools that open conversation about race, faith and the path toward healing.
The videos were filmed during a pilgrimage led by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and...
The Executive Council Committee on Anti-Racism (ECCAR) is seeking feedback on a draft of a comprehensive framework for anti-racism and racial reconciliation training for use in congregations, dioceses, institutions, and groups.
Named A Framework for Anti-Racism And Racial Reconciliation...
[Episcopal News Service] The Seminary of the Southwest is working with the Black Religious Scholars Group on a five-year partnership that will bring black scholars to the Episcopal seminary as visiting professors to improve racial diversity on the faculty and strengthen clergy formation on...
[Diocese of Atlanta] Clergy and laity of the Diocese of Atlanta gathered this...
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will be one of the featured speakers at the National Council of Churches (NCC) rally on the National Mall in Washington, DC on April 4
Named A.C.T. to End Racism Rally, the purpose of the rally, being held on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the...
On September 10, the Episcopal Church celebrates the life and legacy of notable saint, the Rever
A highlight of General Convention 2018 will be The Episcopal Church Conversations (TEConversatio
A newly developed Advent resource is now available to help Episcopalians everywhere to take up J
The old church tradition of the revival received new life in the Diocese of Pittsburgh February
On Sunday, September 4, the Episcopal Church celebrates the life and legacy of notable saint, th
Jonathan Daniels’ name resonates as one of the civil rights heroes and martyrs of our time.
The leaders of the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops and House of Deputies issued the followin
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