Sacred Ground

A Film-Based Dialogue Series on Race & Faith

Getting Started

The pages and documents below provide a fuller explanation and a sneak preview of this dialogue series to help you decide whether to organize or participate in a dialogue circle. For those who wish to proceed in organizing a circle, guidance is provided. The Facilitator and Participant Preparation Guides also offer key information.

Invitation and Introduction

Organizing a Dialogue Circle

Advisors, Credits, and Thanks

Syllabus and Films Preview

Facilitator Preparation Guide

Participant Preparation Guide

Sacred Ground Webinars

Find out about past and future webinars, including a free one-hour downloadable recording of the informational webinar that provides an introduction to and overview of Sacred Ground.


If after reading the “Getting Started” documents, your congregation (or other Episcopal entity) decides to organize a dialogue circle, then you simply need to register the circle (or circles), and you will receive an email with a link and password.

Sacred Ground Homepage

For basic info & logistical questions:

Phoebe Chatfield

Associate for Creation Care and Justice

For all other inquiries:

Katrina Browne

Sacred Ground Curriculum Developer

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