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What Will It Take for the Episcopal Church to Become an Anti-Racist Organization?

What Will It Take for the Episcopal Church to Become an Anti-Racist Organization?

09/29/20

Welcome to the second in a series of web meetings to HELP DESIGN A NEW CHURCH FOR A NEW WORLD, in our Circle of Discernment & Design.

Six sessions over four months gathering Episcopalians, lay and ordained, with strong commitments to designing Episcopal faith communities of the future that are: Faithful - Reflective - Anti-Racist - Mutual - Contextual - Innovative

Today's title is What Will It Take for the Episcopal Church to Become an Anti-Racist Organization?

Panelists:

  • ​Dr. Courtney Cowart, SIM Executive Director
  • Constance Perry, Chair of SIM's Scholarship Committee
  • The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation, and Stewardship of Creation
  • The Rev. Canon Karen Montagno, Canon Missioner, Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati, OH
  • Katrina Browne. Producer/Director of Emmy-nominated Traces of the Trade and curriculum developer of Sacred Ground
  • Miriam McKenney, SIM Scholarship Committee and Director of Development and Mission Engagement, Forward Movement

Watch the Full Webinar Recording: YOUTUBE

Listen to the PodCast: SOUNDCLOUD

Review the CHAT TRANSCRIPT for Links and Resources.

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