Bearing Witness to Our Becoming

Bearing witness is an important act in growth and transformation, particularly on the community level. It requires us to pay attention to each other...
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Music that Makes Community

Over a year ago, Warren Foster, a member of St. Simon's of Cyrene, asked Pastor Mary Laymon if they could bring call and response...

Why We Are Committed to Becoming, Together

https://soundcloud.com/user-650451588/becoming-podcast Cherie and Amy, co-designers of the learning journey sit down and share their personal "whys" for engaging in the work of racial reconciliation, healing,...
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Rev. Charles Graves IV shares his story

Watch Rev. Charles Graves IV share why he showed up for the learning journey, how he was moved by his experience, and his call to...
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A Story from St. James Episcopal, Cincinnati

John Eby, a member of the diocesan community of practice and Rev. Mary Carson, both from St. James Episcopal, Cincinnati share how they have...
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Cultivating a Community of Practice & Building a Movement

Rev. Canon Jane Gerdsen shares her experience as both leader and participant in a growing community of practice centered on Becoming Beloved Community. "We're seeing...

Truth Telling – A Step in the Four-Fold Path

by MaryBeth Ingram, St Matthew's Westerville; participant of the Learning Journey and host of the Reconvene Group. Some labyrinths are one large winding path going...

On the Feast Day of Moses the Black

Note: This message is offered by Rev. Peter Thompson (of  St. Bart’s in Manhattan) as the Sermon for the Anglican Association of Musicians, on July...

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...

Learning Journey: Our Story

https://vimeo.com/334565209/e9703db28e?fbclid=IwAR32KqNmx8rj7EIIUAIPp6WdmdALt0FZaBRV4rA-u-ryzr4CHJ4cA_joshc Over five months, from February to April, 2019 twenty-seven people from twenty-three churches across our diocese, made a commitment to Becoming Beloved Community. Listen...