Racial Justice GA

Rooted in the life of Jesus Christ, the Racial Justice and Healing ministry follows the path of The Episcopal Church’s  Becoming Beloved Community to dismantle racism and heal our world one relationship at a time. This path is deeply rooted in our Baptismal Covenant (BCP, 304).

Racial Justice Georgia

Racial Justice Georgia

Who We Are

The mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia’s Racial Justice and Healing Ministries is to follow the journey of Becoming Beloved Community to dismantle racism by telling the truth about our churches and race, proclaiming the dream of the Beloved Community, practicing the way of Love in the pattern of Jesus, and repairing the breach beginning in our church communities. 

The Journey

Come and join the journey in community with others in our diocese. We seek your prayers, engagement, and active support. We invite your inquiries and indications of interest as you begin or come alongside ongoing ministries. To learn more, explore the growing list of resources on this page or directly contact the Racial Justice and Healing Committee through our Co-Chairs, Karen Cote and John Hayes, at RacialJusticeGA@gaepiscopal.org.
Oral History
St. Anna Alexander Center
In the News
Racial Audit

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