April 30, 2020

By: Rebecca Linder Blachly

Event sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago's Antiracism Commission Remarks below by Rebecca Linder Blachly, director, Office of Government Relations For full coverage of the event and information on other panelists see Episcopal News Service.

COVID-19 is laying bare a reality...

February 25, 2020

Leaders from the Northern Province of the Moravian Church met with Dr. Catherine Meeks, executive director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, in Atlanta, Georgia, as part of a January pilgrimage to Montgomery, Alabama.

The journey was the result of an inquiry from February...

April 13, 2018

The Executive Council Committee on Anti-Racism (ECCAR) is seeking feedback on a draft of a comprehensive framework for anti-racism and racial reconciliation training for use in congregations, dioceses, institutions, and groups.

Named A Framework for Anti-Racism And Racial Reconciliation...

April 4, 2018

By: he Office of Government Relations

Thank you for your engagement over the first three months of 2018! In this Spring newsletter, you'll find updates from recent advocacy and some new opportunities for engagement! In addition to ongoing advocacy, we look forward to 2018 elections this fall and re-releasing voter engagement...

May 2, 2017

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Following a year of listening, consulting and reflection, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and House of Deputies President the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings and officers of the House of Bishops and House of Deputies are inviting Episcopalians to...

March 12, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The bells of St. Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, will be ring on March 19 to signal solidarity with immigrants. Taking place at 11:05 a.m. as morning service begins, the peal of 10 bells will ring out following an invitation to the dean and...

February 14, 2017

De izquierda a derecha, David Hoover, el Rdo. William Roberts y la Rda. Heather VanDeventer representan a la iglesia de Cristo en Alexandria en una protesta el 29 de enero frente a una casa donde el nacionalista blanco Richard Spencer se instaló recientemente .Foto de David Hoover.


February 12, 2017

From left, David Hoover, William Roberts and the Rev. Heather VanDeventer represent Christ Church Alexandria at a protest Jan. 29 outside a townhouse where white nationalist Richard Spencer recently set up shop. Photo: David Hoover.

[Episcopal News Service] An Episcopal church in...

March 21, 2015

By: The Public Affairs Office

The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society has posted a new research report, The Church's Contemporary Response to Racism, detailing the response of The Episcopal Church to racism, presented by the Archives of The Episcopal Church.

The report, prepared for the Executive Council...

October 4, 2013

I had been friends with Lacy for almost seven years. We volunteered together at church. Our favorite thing was going out to dinner after a meeting, which happened almost weekly. We both had grown children with troubled marriages. Our husbands worked out of town a lot. Our birthdates are within...


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Jonathan Daniels’ name resonates as one of the civil rights heroes and martyrs of our time.

“The Episcopal Church joins many others in deep lament over the tragic reality that continues to

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On October 3 and 4, the Episcopal Church will hold a "Day of Repentance," during which the Churc



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A brochure on Anti-Racism and the Episcopal Church.

A brochure on Anti-Racism and the Episcopal Church.

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