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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...

Dave Thomson: My Story of Becoming

Listen here, to Dave Thomson, 1st Vice President of the Diocesan Council, for his personal story of Becoming Beloved Community and how that experience...

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...

The Story of Our Journey in Becoming Beloved Community

On February 8, 2020, a diocesan-wide community of practice including fifteen clergy and lay leaders gathered to conclude yet another phase of a learning...

Listen: Ruby Sales on the Role of Public Theology and the Beloved Community

Civil rights legend Ruby Sales learned to ask “Where does it hurt?” because it’s a question that drives to the heart of the matter...

Finding Sacred Ground Across Congregations

On Sunday, January 19, four congregations gathered together to reflect on their engagement with Sacred Ground: A Film-Based Dialogue Series. St Simon's of Cyrene...

Share Your Story of Becoming!

We are collecting impact stories from folks who have engaged in the work of Becoming Beloved Community in varying ways, at varying degrees. You are...

On Whose Shoulders Do We Stand: A Conversation with John Harris

Listen to a conversation with John Harris, former National President of the Union of Black Episcopalians share his personal history with The Episcopal Church,...

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...