Sacred Ground (Racial Equity and Healing)

Category: Small Groups, Parish Life, Social Justice


Sacred Ground Small Groups

The Episcopal Church has declared a church-wide initiative of racial healing, reconciliation, and justice. Called “Becoming Beloved Community,” the initiative includes a 10-session curriculum entitled “Sacred Ground: A Film-Based Dialogue Series on Race and Faith.” The Sacred Ground curriculum consists of videos, assorted writings, discussion, and two core books, Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman and Waking Up White by Debby Irving.

In January 2021, The MICAH Project (TMP) launched nine Sacred Ground dialogue circles (6-8 people in each) of parishioners committed to approximately six months of learning, listening, and engaging one another in a brave space to talk about race and faith.

To learn more about Sacred Ground, click here to visit The Episcopal Church's website.

If you are interested in joining a future dialogue circle at All Saints’, please send an e-mail to .

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