Harrowing Of Hell

“Be Brave”: Epiphany Hosts BSA Merit Badge

Epiphany Hosts 100 Teens and Adults for Workshop on new Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Merit Badge on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion By Kat Randolph On February 11, more than 100 teens and adults came to Epiphany to participate in a day-long workshop and explore topics around diversity, equity, inclusion and ethical leadership.  The teens,

Sacred Ground at Epiphany

“In my Lakota culture we have a word, “wolakota,” that refers to the state when all things are in right-relationship: when we are in right-relationship with ourselves, with each other, with the Creator, and with creation. It is through this cultural lens that I view our work toward becoming beloved community, our work toward justice,

Getting to the Heart of the Matter

I’ve been hearing lately about conversations people have had with family members and good friends who refused to get vaccinated. (disqualify people who are immune-compromised) These conversations are exasperating! Nothing they say inspires their loved one to change their mind. Nothing works. It is crazy making. This is life and death, and there are not

New Sacred Ground Groups Forming

  Sacred Ground is a journey with each other and with God through the painful history of race and racism in the United States. As we return from the Great Time-Out of COVID to the Great Time-In, Sacred Ground is a space to learn about, process, and reflect on the racial inequities in this country

Racial Reconciliation Library—A New Timely Book

We just received a copy of Sophie Williams’ new book “Anti-Racist Ally: an Introduction to Activism and Action.” This pocket-sized guide gives straightforward answers to questions and practical actions you can take to better understand racism in U.S. society and become an ally against it. As the Amazon review notes, this book “is a crucial starting point