Anti-Racism

St. David’s Anti-Racism Task Force

St. David’s Anti-Racism Task Force seeks to bring efforts to reckon with racism together in a coordinated, parish-wide way in the areas of organization practice, formation, policy, and history.

Our faith invites us to work for justice, to confront the systems of racism, to look inward and find the sin of racism in ourselves and confess, repent, and amend our lives.

We pray for race relations in our country. We pray for all of those who have suffered injustice, exclusion or violence. We pray for repentance for those who use power and authority to treat others unjustly. We pray you will guide us to amend our hearts and change our world as we strive to respect the dignity of every person. We pray for an end to social violence and destruction, that peace and reconciliation may prevail.

Statements from Church Leaders

Resources

Act

VoteRegister to vote and help others register to vote

Write: Write to Congress through the Episcopal Public Policy Network’s easy to use action alert system.

Educate: Below are resources to read, watch, listen, and engage

Attend

  • FILM STUDY AT ST. JAMES

    Saturday, Oct. 1, 3-5 p.m.

    The documentary, Slavery by Another Name will be screened at St. James Episcopal Church or online. The film explores the continuation of de facto slavery after the Emancipation Proclamation. Register for details.

Connect

Join

Beloved Community | Contact group leader Doug Bell to join.
The national Episcopal Church has an initiative called Becoming the Beloved Community. The program is designed to increase Episcopal parish, diocesan, and agency engagement in four primary fields: telling the truth about our churches and race, proclaiming the dream of Beloved Community, practicing Jesus’ way of healing and reconciliation, and repairing the breach in institutions and society.

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