Justice: Repairing the Breach in Society and Institutions
We participate in the repair and restoration of communities and institutions that struggle to flourish because of White dominant systems our churches and leaders helped to bless and build.
Baptismal Promise: Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?
- What social institutions and systems most clearly bear the signs of racial injustice and brokenness?
- How could we participate in the repair, restoration, and healing of people, institutions, and systems?
- Becoming Beloved Community Where You Are (p. 8)
- Resources: Justice and Action
- Office of Social Justice and Engagement (including “From the Pew to the Public Square” and “Protest Chaplains”)
- Asset-Based Community Development
- Office of Government Relations (including Episcopal Public Policy Network)
- Eco-justice and Creation Care
- Episcopal Migration Ministries
- Poor People’s Campaign
- Absalom Jones Center (including Reimagining Policing and Public Safety Project)
- Historically Black Colleges and Universities: St. Augustine’s University and Vorhees College