Mass Shootings in Buffalo, NY; Laguna Woods, CA, Uvalde TX . CLICK HERE on how to ACT, PRAY and WORK for change.
GSL Social Justice Vision Statement
Inspiring our faith community to live out our Baptismal Covenant, “to strive for justice and peace among all people” by practicing self-reflection and direct action.
GSL Social Justice Values
GSL Social Justice Focus Areas
Presence in the Public Square
Educating the Conscience
We welcome you to join our conversation and become a part of Social Justice at GSL! If you have questions or thoughts around Sunday formation ideas or ways we can be active in the community, we want to hear from you. If you wonder about how our liturgy might reflect our work, we want to hear from you. If you want to go more deeply in striving to become the Beloved Community, we want to hear from you. We welcome your participation, ideas, resource suggestions, and prayers.
Social Justice Committee Chairs — Contact through Realm.
Clergy Liason —
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Grace-St. Luke's has been offering the Sacred Ground series, part of The Episcopal Church’s Becoming Beloved Community initiative committed to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice. Grounded in our call to faith, hope, and love, Sacred Ground is specifically designed to help educate white people through conversation as we peel back each layer and consider the origins and causes of present-day divisions and challenges.
This video was created for the Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee by Mr. Shango Cooke:
Email: scooke (at) actionaudiovideo.com
Sacred Ground Racial Reconciliation Program (2021) from The Diocese of West Tennessee on Vimeo.
On Sunday, February 20, we welcomed Ms. Laura Kabede and the Rev. Fred Morton to our adult formation class for Reconciliation: Lynching Sites Project Memphis where they shared insights for transformation work being done around us and ways GSL might support the cause.
September 18 Panel Discussion with Mr. Cardell Orrin of Stand for Children and Dr. Russ Wigginton of the National Civil Rights Museum, Ms. Tomeka Hart as Moderator.