Episcopal Response to Racial Injustice


Episcopal Response to Racial Injustice


New Opportunities

Virtual Pilgrimage for Racial Justice:  June 23-25 
Join a 3-day immersive experience with leading voices and theologians in the Episcopal Church and beyond, to learn, pray, and act on issues of racism and racial justice.  Download draft scheduleRegister here.

9 Actions you can take for Police Reform from the Episcopal Policy Network

Recommended resources

What Does BIPOC Stand For? Hereʼs Why You Should Consider Using the Term to Be More Inclusive

An Open Letter to My Fellow White Christians by Margaret Renkl

10 Ways to Help the Black Community Right Now

Raise your signs and voices. Then raise your church's race awareness by Nikki Toyama-Szeto

“A Call and Response to Anti-Black Violence: Challenged to Transform,” led by EDS at Union Dean Kelly Brown Douglas. 

Recent Sermons 


  • See the Forum with Father Bryan Massingale, the James and Nancy Buckman Chair in Applied Christian Ethics at Fordham University, joins us for a discussion about how white people can confront their own prejudices and the systemic injustices of the larger culture.
    • See The Forum conversation with the Reverend Canon Dr. Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation and Stewardship of Creation. Links to the Reverend Canon Stephanie Spellers' books: Radical Welcome, and The Episcopal Way: Church's Teachings for a Changing World

Resources and actions you can take right now, including donating to groups on the front lines of this movement: