by Jennifer B. As most of us have likely heard, this week Juneteenth was officially made a federal holiday when President Joe Biden signed the
Posted by Michele Sigg– On Thursday, June 3, the Racial Justice Fellowship hosted a movie and discussion night, led by Robert Messore, featuring: “Standing in
By Michele Sigg– These photos are from the work day on May 8th at the Botanical Garden of Healing in Memory of the Victims of
On April 30th, 2021 Christianity Today hosted a panel discussion, Enough Is Enough: Asian American Pastors on Speaking Truth and Confronting Hate, featuring Asian American
St. John’s members: consider joining our reading group, alternate Sunday evenings, on Esau McCaulley’s Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope.
By Michele Sigg– On Saturday, April 17th, 2021, the Racial Justice Fellowship (RJF) hosted an evening of discussion on the topic of anti-Asian hate to
by Jennifer B. Last week, I saw a local news report about the racial disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates in our state. It was particularly
St. Luke’s Episcopal ChurchHealing Compline & Open Prayer Space in a time of Racial Conflict: Five nights of prayers & story sharing starts April 19
by Andrew Osmun Last Friday was Jazz Night, when RJF member Robert Messore led a tour through the life and music of Sister Rosetta Tharpe — known
March 18, 2021 As participating bishops in Bishops United Against Gun Violence (BUAGV), a network of over 100 Episcopal Bishops dedicated to overcoming gun violence
By Gabe LePage These past few weeks have been difficult for many who knew Kevin Jiang. His death was a shock. In the aftermath of
This video is Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s full performance of Revelations from the 2015 Lincoln Center at the Movies production. Reposted from Ailey Pressroom.
By Michele Sigg— This sculpture is “The Cathedral” by French sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917).Not the hands of lovers (that would require a left and a
by Jennifer Brown I would like to share this example of African American Christian art from the Harlem Renaissance period. In Mother & Son, Richmond
Reposted from Christianity Today, online (June 12, 2020) The American church’s quarantine anthem made its way to the States from Nigeria, where songwriter and Pentecostal
The Greater New Haven community is invited to attend this year’s intercollegiate virtual MLK Commemoration that honors the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin