4 Ways You Can Take Caring Action Around CoronaVirus–Even if You’re Overwhelmed

Sandra Kim, activist and healer, offers up ways in which we can take caring action of ourselves, each other, our local communities and those...
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Calling for Stories from Our Youth! Rise Up!

Why Black Lives Matter: Becoming Beloved Community (Youth Story Submission) Calling for Stories from Our Youth! Rise Up! We are inviting everyone between the ages of...

25 Traits of Beloved Community

Check out this resource outlining 25 Traits of Beloved Community  This resource is written by Dr. Arthuree Wright for the United Methodist Church. 

#NamingTheLost: Offer a Local Vigil During Memorial Weekend June 6-7

Last weekend, #NamingtheLost , a grassroots response organized by faith and social justice leaders from across the country, hosted a 24hr vigil to honor those...

St Patrick’s Hosts Civil Rights Pilgrimage: June 12-20, 2020

Over the past year, the people of St. Patrick’s and the Diocese of Southern Ohio have become deeply engaged in the work of Becoming...

Virtual Pilgrimage for Racial Justice-Recordings Available through Sunday, 6.28.20

Did you miss this week's Virtual Pilgrimage for Racial Justice? Until Sunday, the recordings from each session will be available at the links, below. Please...

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...

From Stacey Sands: Music for Holy Week

A note from Stacey Sands, student for the Diaconate (Christ Church Glendale, Saint Andrews): I just wanted to share three recordings I find particularly moving during...

Emerging Discipleship

As a follow up the recent Emerging Church series and in response to expressed longing for more communal time and space to deepen our spiritual practices,...

Marching for Interfaith Peace + Justice

On September 22, leaders from our diocese joined together with hundreds others in Columbus for the Interfaith March for Peace and Justice. Deborah Stokes, long-time...