Congregational Engagement

Focus Area – Racial Reconciliation

EHF Congregational Engagement supports congregations to engage in racial justice initiatives, partner in community conversations to build trust, and create opportunities to network for increased solidarity in addressing structural racism.

Nationally, The Episcopal Church has made Becoming Beloved Community a cornerstone for the church. In addition, EHF partners with Intercultural Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas and the Anti-Racism Network of Provence VII.

The Racial Reconciliation work of EHF will connect you to congregational leaders and consultants including Traces of the Trade, One Human Race, and Project Curate. These resources for congregations create a pathway to open courageous spaces for dialog and to develop localized strategies for congregational and community training.  

EHF strives to build regionalized networks of churches to continue this community partnered work together. 

Other Resources
The resources below are agencies and community organizations we have gathered from locally, statewide, and nationally. We currently work alongside these organizations and are familiar with the value of their work.

Becoming Beloved Community

Sacred Ground Film-Based Dialogue

Anti-Racism Network of Provence VII

Intercultural Ministry Episcopal Diocese of Texas

Kaleidoscope Institute

The Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing