JULY 2019
Season of Racial Healing, Justice & Reconciliation:
Opportunity in the SC Region: Undoing Racism Workshops - New Haven:  The  People's Institute for Survival and Beyond  has been offering workshops for the dismantling of racism in the United States since its founding in 1980. They are "a national and international collective anti-racist, multicultural community organizers and educators dedicated to building an effective movement for social transformation."

This year there will be a series of opportunities through the  Elm City Undoing Racism Organizing Collective   , which is a collaborator with the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, to participate in these three day workshops. All community leaders are invited to participate (if you're reading this you are a community leader!). Workshops will be offered on:  September 12-14 and November 8-10.  These workshops provide one opportunity to lean into the two year focus of Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation...and there are many others being offered across ECCT! Please contact The Rev. Kyle Pedersen (   kyle.pedersen@yale.edu   ) with questions about the workshops through Elm City UROC and check out their  website   for more information and for an application.
07/13 Walking Tour on the History and Legacy of Slavery and Slave Trading   from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM in the neighborhood of College Hill, Providence RI led by the Center for Reconciliation. Bus departs from Trinity Church, Brooklyn.  Sponsored by the Racial Healing, Justice and Reconciliation Ministry Network.   Cost $45 per person. For more info. and to register contact  Suzy Burke at   suzy@alegriaimports.net
The intent of the Monthly Snapshot is to raise awareness of region gatherings, ministry network events, opportunities for parish collaboration, and invitations to participate in God's mission together! Each Snapshot looks two months ahead. For your announcement to be included in the next Snapshot be sure to contact our Region Missionary, Erin Flinn, by the last week of the month at eflinn@episcopalct.org