Election Season Resources
- An online curriculum, “Make Me an Instrument of Peace: A Guide to Civil Discourse,” from the Office of Government Relations
- “Learn, Pray, Act: Resources for Responding to Racist Violence,” curated by our staff for Racial Reconciliation and Justice and the Office of Government Relations
- Resources from the Center for Racial Healing in the Diocese of Atlanta
- “With Malice Toward None,” a program designed for churches and groups to provide a way for understanding and healing for all sides of our political divisions for both before and after the November election
Getting souls to the polls isn’t just about casting our own vote, but about working together so we all can vote and vote faithfully. We can empower every voice in our congregations in this work.
“It is a Christian obligation to vote, and more than that, it is the church’s responsibility to help get souls to the polls.” -- Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
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