Our Prayer for This Moment

I have no answers, only questions. Is it denial or acceptance? Where are you, God? How do I honor the victims? When I can see the end coming,...

Good Books for Examining Racial History

Betsy Schram, co-owner of The Bookshelf in Madeira, OH, is a long-time member of the Diocesan Stewardship Commission and the Church of the Redeemer....

Way of Love Nature Walk

Trinity Church, Swathmore By Natalee Hill In this resource, you will find a series of activities to help you focus on God while on a trip...
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Responding to the Nation’s Divisiveness

In his sermon to the Episcopal Church House of Bishops on September 16, 2020, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry asks, "What Did Jesus Do?" In his...

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,...

Becoming Beloved Community NOW gatherings

Becoming Beloved Community NOW upcoming gatherings: Racial justice and healing leaders and practitioners across The Episcopal Church will gather to build community, craft strategy and...

The Episcopal Church Becoming Beloved Community Rapid-Response Grants

Rolling Deadline from June 16 to August 15, 2020 The Presiding Officers' Advisory Group on Becoming Beloved Community Implementation is making funds available for groups working specifically...
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Dismantling Racism with Picture Books

Most people currently dismantling racism believe that if we don't do everything we can right now to create an antiracist society, we will regret...

Why Will This Time Be Any Different?

On Friday, as clergy and lay leaders gathered for a newly forming Justice Circle*, we were reminded of our history as a church, of...

Wondering How to Introduce Your Congregation to Becoming Beloved Community?

Recently, the congregation of St. Barnabas (Montgomery, Ohio) was invited into Becoming Beloved Community. Larry James, task force member and learning journey participant worked...