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...

Executive Council commits to anti-racism with resolutions and $400K in grants

By Egan Millard Posted Jun 11, 2020  At its June 8-11 virtual meeting, The Episcopal Church’s Executive Council doubled down on the church’s anti-racism efforts, acknowledging in...

An Announcement From The Bishop: New Becoming Beloved Community Leadership Team

June 2, 2020 Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, As a follow-up to my recent message calling on all the congregations in the Diocese of Southern Ohio to stand firm...

“What Can I Do?”

All across America, people of faith ask, “what can I do?” as an anguished cry to God. As we experience civil unrest rising from...

Responding to Racist Violence

In this time of national upheaval, outrage, and fear, The Episcopal Church’s Department of Reconciliation, Justice and Creation Care and the Office of Government...

UBE hosts racial justice vigil as nationwide protests flare

 With voices echoing those of the 1960s’ civil rights leaders, a rainbow of black, white, Asian, Latino and Native Americans from across the church...
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A Cry to God Together: Lament in the Midst of COVID

The Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing has been hosting a series of webinars focusing on Lament. The most recent session, How to Lament...
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A Church Tradition Reimagined in Our Time: Athens’ Outdoor Vigil Prayer Hill

In response to the impact of a global health and economic crisis in her local community of Athens, Rev. Deborah Woolsey proposed a creative...

#NamingTheLost: Offer a Local Vigil During Memorial Weekend June 6-7

Last weekend, #NamingtheLost , a grassroots response organized by faith and social justice leaders from across the country, hosted a 24hr vigil to honor those...

Color of COVID: Monday, June 1 panel

Featuring moderator Dr. Adam Clark and panelists Rev. Damon Lynch, Iris Roley, and Rev. Nelson Pierce, this conversation will address the disproportionate impact of...