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 sermon, he offers several helpful resources for faith leaders to use in the response to the nation’s suffering and increasing divisiveness, particularly in the anticipation of the election and the weeks and months following.
- One is an online curriculum titled, “Make Me an Instrument of Peace: A Guide to Civil Discourse,” prepared by our Office of Government Relations.
- Another is titled, “Learn, Pray, Act: Resources for Responding to Racist Violence,” curated by our staff for racial reconciliation and justice and the Office of Government Relations.
- Another contains Resources from the Center for Racial Healing and the Diocese of Atlanta
- And another contains resources titled, “With Malice Toward None,” an ecumenical nonpartisan program designed for churches and faith communities and groups of all kinds to provide a way of understanding and healing for those on any side of the political spectrum, both before and after the November elections.