Webinars and Trainings
- "Sacred Ground,"
- Film- and reading-based dialogue series on Race and Faith, produced by The Episcopal Church and part of its "Becoming Beloved Community" resources. Learn more at one-hour webinars hosted by Katrina Browne.
Recognizing that racism goes beyond personal prejudice, Crossroads offers a distinctive Power Analysis of how racism functions in institutions, and offers tools to create antiracist transformation.
EDEIO provides support and training for diocesan ecumenical and interreligious officers, encourages ecumenical activity within parishes and dioceses, enhances communication throughout the Episcopal Church about ecumenism, and encourages collaboration among all those whose ministries have an ecumenical and interreligious dimension.
The Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations works closely with EDEIO to equip diocesan officers to carry out ecumenical work. EDEIO has a president, vice president, treasurer and secretary; each province of the Episcopal Church is represented by a provincial coordinator elected from within the organization.
- Reconciliation is a collaborative process. The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity works to collaborate both locally and globally by stimulating a growing network of reconciliation scholars and practitioners as well as offering robust resources for reconciliation.
The Kaleidoscope Institute provides resources to equip church leaders to create sustainable churches and communities.
Envisioning a world where people honestly engage in their history in order to live more truthfully in the present; where the inequities of the past no longer dictate the possibilities of the future.
The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond focuses on understanding what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone.
Our vision is to be a catalyst for a more equitable world where differences are valued and used for the benefit of all.