Sacred Ground is a film and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. It was developed by The Episcopal Church as a part of “Becoming Beloved Community” and is designed to promote racial understanding, justice and reconciliation. The materials focus on Black, Indigenous, Latino & Asian-Pacific histories as they intersect with European American histories.
Beginning in Lent, our Diocesan Racial Justice & Reconciliation Commission will be offering the Sacred Ground program via Zoom every other Monday for 10 sessions, starting March 7. Anyone can attend – clergy or lay, Episcopalian or not – anyone interested in honest discussions about race. Bishop Ruth Woodliff-Stanley recently shared a message inviting your participation in this worthwhile program (Click here to view the video).
If you are interested in learning more and participating, please sign up for ONE of the three upcoming Informational Sessions. Each session will last one hour and will be offered on Zoom:
- Wednesday, February 16 at 6 pm
- Sunday, February 20 at 3 pm
- Thursday, February 24 at 1:30 pm
To register, visit this link and sign up for your preferred session. Or, you may email your choice to Tater Beak at email@example.com.