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THE WORK OF THE CHURCH

The Center for Racial Healing exists to be a resource throughout the Episcopal Church, and beyond, in our work to heal from racism. The work, by its very nature, must be collaborative. Tell us what your parish or diocese is doing.  We want to serve as a clearinghouse for ideas and suggestions for healing racism.

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  • Diocese of Alabama​

    • Anti-Racism training using "seeing the Face of God in each other" Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage annually in August

    Tom Osborne

    Province

    IV

  • Diocese of Lexington

    • Electric Revival, High School Retreat/Revival on Racial Reconciliation for youth with Rev. Justin Gabbard at Trinity Episcopal, Covington, KY

    • St. Peters, Paris, KY-Arts Camp- White church reached out to primarily black neighborhood to bring children/teens together for a week long arts & theatre camp

    • St. Patrick's, Somerset, KY- Laura's Ladies, 6 women (2 Latino, 2 White, 2 Black, AME, Episcopal, and Roman Catholic) meet once a month for prayer and conversation

    • St. Patrick's, Somerset, KY- Modern Day Stations of the Cross, covering racial issues

    • Diocesan Racial Reconciliation Commission, Chair-Carol Rutherven

    • Diocesan Convention Christian Education Topic, 9 Day focused on Racial Reconciliation w/ Dr. Allen Boesak and breakout groups/workshops on above topics​

    Amanda Musterman

    Province

    IV

  • Diocese of Mississippi

    The Dio of MS has two offerings at this time. 1.) Four 2 hour online sessions using Seeing the Face of God in Others curriculum. It has many of the same components of the Absalom Jones Center Dismantling Online training. 2.) Sacred Ground

    Andy Andrews

    Province

    IV

  • Diocese of Atlanta

    • Chattahoochee Valley Episcopal Ministry (CVEM) piloted the diocesan youth curriculum for Dismantling Racism with seven area youth on retreat at Koinonia Farm the first weekend of May 2018. The participants were so energized by the experience they want to keep going! They want to be leaders in their schools, churches, and communities in building awareness and education around systemic racism, white privilege, and racial trust-building.

    • CVEM is committed to supporting the teens' efforts and is adapting its teen servant leadership program Infusion to facilitate the on-going education and engagement of our youth.

    Martha Robert

    Province

    IV

    ​martha@cvemjubilee.org

  • Diocese of Atlanta

    In June 2020, Chattahoochee Valley Episcopal Ministry started the Striving for Justice Film Series, inviting anyone wishing to participate to watch a selected film each month and then gather online @ 5 p.m. on the fourth Sunday of the month for discussion about the film. To date, more than 50 participants from six states (and D.C.) have joined the conversations. For a schedule of films and registration link, go to www.cvemjubilee.org/racial-justice.

    Martha Roberts

    Province

    IV

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