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Pursuing Racial Reconciliation

These stories and resources focus on building a spiritual and theological response to racial injustice.


The author (third from right) standing with friends in the park where Robert E. Lee's statue once dominated. All of them played some part, along with so many others, in the events of A11/12. MICHAEL CHEUK PHOTO
September 7, 2021
It happens every year. As the anniversary of the August 12, 2017, Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville approaches, I can feel the anxiety begin...
Congregations find Sacred Ground for racial justice work
March 29, 2021
Are you looking for a way to create a safe environment to talk about racial justice? Several congregations have found exactly that through the Sacred...
An 1814 advertisement placed in the Poughkeepsie Journal by one of Redeemer’s two founding wardens.
February 27, 2021
The story about Redeemer, Morristown’s origins suggests that at the time its members split from St. Peter’s, Morristown in 1852, they...
Tapestry honoring the late Sidney King.
February 12, 2021
The death of a beloved member has inspired Jersey City congregations to delve into and record their history.