Update your Asset Map!

If you are like most of the church, you have been avoiding the asset map... This is now your chance! In response to the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Reflecting on Harmful Patterns and (Trans)forming New Ones

In this time of lockdown and imposed stillness, there is an opportunity to look in the mirror, for introspection. There is an invitation to...

Prayers For Those Affected by Covid-19

Prayers written or adapted by chaplains from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center--including Rev. Olivia Hamilton, in response to the Covid-19 crisis.      

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...

In Response to the Conoravirus: Making Creative Connections

In response to the Coronavirus, this moment creates an opportunity for us to lean into one another. We are not alone. We invite both...
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Zoom Training: Tech and Space Holding

At this time when people are rapidly and in many cases involuntarily virtualizing their meetings and interactions, we are called to practice a way...
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“We Are All Owning This”: A Call to Action

During the recent Absalom Jones & Richard Allen Symposium and Ecumenical Worship Service on February 18, Larry James, from St Barnabas (Montgomery, Ohio) spoke...
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Moving Beyond Charity: A Story from Trinity Episcopal Church, Hamilton

Listen to Rev. Jackie Williams share lessons learned by moving beyond charity in the clothing ministry led by Trinity Episcopal Church, Hamilton, Ohio. Beginning by...

Active Bystander Training: Register Now

BEING AN ACTIVE BYSTANDER OR “DID THEY REALLY SAY THAT??” Saturday, March 14, 2020 9:30 – 2:30 pm Kilbourne Hall Saint John’s Episcopal Church, 700...

Intentions, Trust and Forgiveness and the Journey Toward Becoming Beloved Community

The final session of the Repairing the Breach Learning Journey occurred at Procter Center on Saturday, February 8. Fifteen people gathered to continue our...