Tools & Resources

Combating Anti-Asian Racism and COVID-19 Toolkit

Developed by Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ), check out this toolkit aimed at combating Anti-Asian Racism during this time. An overview of what's included:   ...

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...

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...

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...

January Monthly Contemplation

Monthly contemplation from The Sound of the Genuine- Howard Thurman “There is in every person something that waits and listens for the sound of the genuine...

Final Report on 2019 Diocesan Becoming Beloved Community Grants

In 2019, the Diocese awarded $15,000 toward supporting local efforts–seed money– across our diocese aimed at Becoming Beloved Community. In May, Requests for Proposals (RFPs)...

The New York Times’ Race/Related Series

The New York Times has launched a new weekly newsletter focused on the stories of race, identity and culture. Race/Related is a rich resource...

Racial Equity Tools: From a Glossary to Evaluation Methods to Curriculum

Racial Equity Tools provides 2500+ tools and resources from planning to evaluation and everything in between, including curricula such as "Transforming White Privilege". Check...

Report on Diocesan Becoming Beloved Community Grants

In 2019, the Diocese awarded $15,000 toward supporting local efforts--seed money-- across our diocese aimed at Becoming Beloved Community. In May, Requests for Proposals...

25 Traits of Beloved Community

Check out this resource outlining 25 Traits of Beloved Community  This resource is written by Dr. Arthuree Wright for the United Methodist Church.