St. Andrew's House is holding a Zoom Retreat on Re-imaging Life During and After the Pandemic.
Join the Diocese of Northern Michigan for an evening of music and a time to support Indigenous Communities across The Episcopal Church.
The Diocese of Olympia would like to honor high school seniors from around Western Washington with a special virtual service in their honor, led by Bishop Rickel, including music, a personalized slideshow, and customized reflections, so each senior is lifted up and celebrated at this important life milestone.
All are invited to join this virtual service for ordinations to the priesthood in the Diocese of Olympia.
Kaleidoscope Summer Institute 2020 brings together spiritual leaders to provide insight and guidance and community leaders who want to see things differently to provide gracious time and place for truth-seeking dialogue that can achieve non-violent mutual understanding and learn tools to lead discussions that will lead to brave and gracious community.
Join with other Episcopalians from around the Diocese of Olympia to learn about how increasing your skill in navigating intercultural similarity and difference can help you begin to do the personal work necessary to navigate, understand, and support efforts to dismantle racism in our church and in our individual lives.
Do your part to help the Food Bank Farm harvest 500,000lb of food from the field to the tables of hungry people in socially-distanced family units!
The Regathering the Beloved Community Virtual Retreat is for people of color in the Diocese of Olympia who have passion for advocacy and support of people of color and communities of color in our diocese. Participants will engage a visioning process towards identifying the initial steps in a strategic planning process for the work of Ethnic Ministries, identifying short and long-term goals.
El retiro virtual Reuniendo de Nuevo a la Comunidad Amada es para personas de color de nuestra diócesis que sienten pasión por la defensa y el apoyo a las personas de color y las comunidades de color en nuestra diócesis. Los participantes se envolverán en un proceso de visión que ayude a identificar los pasos iniciales en un proceso de planificación estratégica para el trabajo de los ministerios étnicos, identificando metas a corto y largo plazo.
Esta reunión de líderes laicos y clérigos asiáticos, negros, latinos / hispanos e indígenas proporciona un lugar seguro para explorar la misión en los ministerios étnicos, compartir recursos y mejores prácticas, esperanzas y sueños, necesidades y preocupaciones, dones y ministerios, sufrimiento y alegría.
Online presentations and discussions from indigenous leaders across the Anglican Communion from Aotearoa & Polynesia, the Amazon, the Arctic, and Africa.
The founder of Drawdown Seattle will outline how global warming can be reversed and the role that you and your church community can play. Whether you are new to the issue or a scientist on the front lines, you will benefit from learning about the Drawdown framework and from interaction and planning with church members from around the diocese.
For many years Winter Talk has gathered and engaged youth, elders, and clergy in sharing various aspects of Indigenous ministry within the Church.
Province VIII Black African Ministries (BAM) wants to connect with Black Episcopalians in Province VIII for conversation and fellowship.
Bondad Amorosa es una reflexión virtual en español y en inglés. En este retiro nos vamos a enfocar en el mensaje del amor radical de Jesús. / Loving kindness is a virtual reflection in Spanish and English. In this retreat we are going to focus on Jesus’ message of love.
Join together online to worship Jesus with Episcopalians from all over the Diocese of Olympia led by our Circles of Color and focused on the languages, cultures, and experiences of the First Peoples of Turtle Island - the geographic region covering Canada, United States, Central America, and South America, with a specific focus on communities from within Province 8.
Learn what authentic allyship is, what it is not, and key skills, strategies and awarenesses to stand with others; gain a better understanding of the caste system in the US and how it impacts all of us; practice sharing your own story of why you want to stand as an ally; and learn some guidelines for conversation with your family and your groups in this workshop from Paths to Understanding.
For those who have already taken the Mediation Skills Training Institute (MSTI), they are pleased to offer a new one-day event: the MSTI Refresher Course!
Join Ethnic Ministries Circles of Color and Meaningful Movies Project offered by the Diocese of Olympia's online screening of END OF THE LINE: THE WOMEN OF STANDING ROCK, a film that captures history in the making, as a small group of indigenous women establish a peaceful camp in protest of the $3.8 billion oil pipeline construction that threatens their land, water, and existence.
Join Saint Mark's Cathedral, Seattle for this year's "O" Antiphons Liturgy, a moving and evocative entrance into the Advent season of prayerful expectation, which will be live-streamed, as well as open to in-person worship by pre-registration only, with proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID test required.
Join the Black/African-American Ethnic Ministries Circle of Color for a Juneteenth observation screening/discussion of CHISHOLM ’72: Unbought & Unbossed - the definitive historical documentary on Brooklyn Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm; following Chisholm from the announcement of her candidacy in January to the Democratic National Convention in Miami, Florida in July, the story is like her- fabulous, fierce, and fundamentally right on.
In this Saturday morning workshop, offered in person OR online via Zoom, the Coordinator of Indigenous Theological Education in the Department of Ethnic Ministries of the Office of the Presiding Bishop will explore concepts in Indigenous theology, such as “two-eyed” seeing, vision quests, and sacred stories. Free and open to all; registration required.
The Mideast Focus Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral, the Bishop’s Committee for Justice & Peace in the Holy Land, and Kairos Puget Sound Coalition present this symposium—in person and online via Zoom—which brings together prominent voices from different religious backgrounds to ask where the struggle to achieve justice and peace in the Israel-Palestine goes from here.