Reconciliation is the spiritual practice of seeking loving, liberating and life-giving relationship with God and one another, and striving to heal and transform injustice and brokenness in ourselves, our communities, institutions, and society.
From the Pew to the Public Square
New resources for Episcopalians, Social Issues and Community Change
Taking up Presiding Bishop Curry's charge for Episcopal faith communities to live out our public witness and sacred values, From the Pew to the Public Square provides quick coaching in moral agency, discernment, and decision making for social and community social change.
Download From the Pew to the Public Square Resource Booklet covering five ways Episcopalians can make social change.
Prayers of the People and a Litany of Repentance and Commissioning for the Ministry of Justice and Reconciliation, created by a subcommittee of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music.
Consult our Select List of Anti-Racism/Dismantling Racism Training Programs, compiled by The Episcopal Church’s Racial Reconciliation and Justice Team and the Executive Council Committee on Anti-racism and Reconciliation (ECCAR).
Here are just some of the Episcopal Church’s pathways, resources, and major partners in the ministry of racial reconciliation, justice, and healing.
Meet the Episcopal Church's Racial Reconciliation Team
Melanie Mullen, Director of Reconciliation, Justice and Creation Care
Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation and Creation Care
Charles Chuck Wynder, Jr., Officer for Social Justice and Engagement
Sarah Alphin, Associate for Evangelism, Reconciliation and Creation Care
Katrina Browne, Consultant for Racial Reconciliation