Book Launch | Reparations: A Plan for Churches by the Rev. Peter Jarrett-Schell

Calvary Episcopal Church 820 6th St NE, Washington, United States

The culmination of five years of meetings that began a a book read and a desire to do more than read, the plan is now in print. Reparations has been a hot topic in churches and around the country. What are reparations? Who pays and what does payment look like? What harm is being corrected. […]

Author Talk: “Pauli Murray: Shouting for the Rights of All People”


Deborah Nelson Linck has written a book about this Episcopal priest and civil rights icon for all people; however, it is geared to the younger generations who might not have heard about her and they learn about Black history. So, "come" and bring a young person. It is truly important as we face constant attacks […]


Author Talk “A Space for Grace” by Rev. Cn. Robert T. Phillips


These are interesting times, especially for the church as we consider reparations for past racial harms. How do we make space for grace? Join the Crummell-Cooper Chapter, Union of Black Episcopalians, as we welcome the Rev. Robert T. Phillips in conversation with chapter president, the Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart.


Author Talk: “For the Culture: A Genealogy Handbook for the Kool Kids”


Not everyone can create a family tree; however, everyone has a family story. Join the Crummell-Cooper Chapter, UBE, in conversation with historian and genealogist, Aungelic Nelson, a member of St. Luke's-DC, as she guides us through her book specifically written for young people of color. Learn the beginning steps in finding information about your family, […]