Conversations on Race and Racial Justice
Since 2014, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has called the Episcopal Church to look at the roots of racism within the Episcopal Church, and to begin to do the reconciling work of healing and honest conversation within our congregations. Six years later, the calls for the church and people of faith to do this have been magnified, and the need for honest, hard, and reconciling conversations around the issues of systemic, institutional, and individual racism is pressing. The Church of the Holy Trinity has committed to making space for these conversations and connections. We are asking for you to fill out the following survey to gauge interest and receive feedback and resources. Thank you in advance.
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