Unsettling the Word: Biblical Experiments in Decolonization

Join us in the online Learning Centre in February as together we read through Unsettling the Word: Biblical Experiments in Decolonization For generations, the Bible has been employed by settler colonial societies as a weapon to dispossess Indigenous and racialized peoples of their lands, cultures, and spiritualities. Given this devastating legacy, many want nothing to …
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Facilitating Conversations on Race and Faith: The Sacred Ground Curriculum

Are you interested in reading, watching and learning about the history of race and racism in America and the impact it has on our world today – and engaging in meaningful conversation about change? Join an online cohort and explore a rich curriculum focused on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian Pacific Americans as their histories …
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Difficult Texts: Confronting What the Bible Really Says About Poverty, Authority, and the Status Quo

The Kelso Community Conversation on Race and Faith OVERVIEW From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible proclaims justice and prosperity for the poor: the Exodus is a founding story of God being on the side of the poor and oppressed, the Deuteronomic Code offers commandments that say that how you care for your neighbor is how you …
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“Coworkers With God”: MLK Online Social Justice Retreat

With the Rev. Dr. Mark Francisco Bozutti-Jones and Joseph Rose January 18, 2021 Streaming on Trinity Retreat Center’s Facebook and Instagram pages Free; No registration required Join Trinity Retreat Center in celebrating and remembering the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a one-day retreat reflecting on “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” In his letter, the prophetic civil rights …
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Eco-Justice & Spirituality

Code: SP/PT514 Dates: January 18, 2021 – April 9, 2021 on Wednesdays Time: 9:00 am for 3 Hours One way to define spirituality is  “an exploration into what is involved in becoming human,” describing “becoming human” as “an attempt to grow in sensitivity to self, to others, to the non-human creation, and to God who …
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Faithful Anti-Racism Leadership Development Cohorts

The Cohort application includes the following fields: Contact information for person and organization Describe cultural context Describe past learning about anti-racism List personal goals for participating in this program (in light of program objectives noted below) Participants will be contacted once admitted to a cohort and asked to sign a covenant of participation related to …
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Prophetic Indigenous Voices from the Communion

The Anglican Communion Environment Network, the Anglican Indigenous Network and the Anglican Alliance have made a historic partnership to offer four webinars, each of the Mondays in Advent, 2020, featuring indigenous voices from around the Anglican Communion.  The speakers will be from Africa, the Arctic, Aotearoa/New Zealand/Polynesia and the Amazon. The webinars are a follow-up …
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“Spit and Mud: The Messy Miracle of Sight” (The Messy Miracle of Seeing Christian Racism)

How many times have you sung the words “I was blind but now I see?” If you’re like us, probably more times than you can remember, much less count. Have you ever stopped to think, though, “but now what?” What good is sight if it doesn’t give us vision? A vision for what’s really going …
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