‘To Tell the Truth’: Ambassadors of Healing Pilgrimage

One of the four foundations of the Becoming Beloved Community movement is to “Tell the Truth” about the history of churches and racism. To...

Connecting Across Our Province

Several members from our diocese recently attended the Big Provincial Gathering, on July 12-13 Kalamazoo, Michigan from July 12-13. This gathering was hosted by...

House of Bishops Theology Committee examining ‘infection’ of white supremacy

A committee of bishops and academic theologians is discussing how The Episcopal Church and its bishops can confront what its chair has called “the...

Why Begin By Focusing on Race and Racial Reconciliation?

The journey toward Becoming Beloved Community requires a constant “striving towards” our commitment. That “striving for” will be accompanied by continually falling short of...

Province V Gathers in Becoming Beloved Community

On April 8-10, dioceses from across Province V, including Diocese of Southern Ohio, Diocese of Ohio, Diocese of Michigan, Diocese of Northern Michigan, and...

Becoming a Beloved Community of Practice

In February, twenty-seven people from across our diocese--including both clergy and lay people--committed to an intensive learning journey to form a community of practice...

Request for Proposals: Becoming Beloved Community Practices

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Why a Learning Journey? Your stories mattered.

As we set out to design the foundation for this first year of bringing Becoming Beloved Community to life in our diocese, we began...

An Invitation to Participate in a Learning Journey

This year, we are laying the foundation for Becoming Beloved Community, the Episcopal Church's vision of being and practicing what it means to be...

Following Jesus into the House of Representatives

Rev. Maggie Foote, member of the Becoming Beloved Community Task Force and priest of the Latino Ministry Center, offered the convocation at the December...