The Anti-Racism Commission Members are hosting an Anti-Racism Dialogue on three consecutive Saturdays via Zoom. A participant must attend all three sessions in order to meet the "requirements" of completing anti-racism training. All registrants are strongly encouraged to invite a friend from their church to also register and attend the dialogues. So that, you all go back to your parish equipped to do this, God's work.
Saturday, March 4, 11, 18
Candidates standing for office at the Annual Diocesan Convention and all clergy must complete anti-racism training.
No person shall be eligible for election to any office at Convention, nor shall any person elected by Districts, or appointed to serve on Diocesan Council or other Diocesan Standing Committees, Commissions or Boards accede to that office, unless that person shall have first completed or arranged for the completion of anti-racism training as approved by the Bishop after consultation with the Diocesan body responsible for overseeing anti-racism dialogues. – (Diocesan Canon 2.6)