Resources and reflections on the Ferguson decision

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Following the recent announcement of the grand jury decision in Ferguson, MO, The Episcopal Church is providing resources for understanding, reflecting, praying and participating in a spirit-filled response.

“The decision in Ferguson has reached into the hearts of every American,” noted Bishop Stacy Sauls, Chief Operating Officer. “The Episcopal Church is providing a series of resources and reflections to help us consider our response and our way forward.”


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  1. Cn. Shirley M. Watts says:

    Recommended resources for dialogue on situation in Ferguson MO:
    1. “FINDING OUR WAY AFTER FERGUSON”
    by The Very Rev. Will Mebane, Interim Dean at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo NY
    (St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral Newsletter)
    http://www.stpaulscathedral.org
    2. VIEWPOINT – “A REFLECTION ON RACISM IN AMERICA”
    by The Very Rev. Will Mebane, Interim Dean at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo NY
    ( Journeys – Fall 2014, Episcopal Diocese of Western New York Magazine )
    http://Episcopalian.org

  2. Cn. Shirley M. Watts says:

    CORRECTION Re: Journeys Magazine – Diocese of Western New York
    http://episcopalwny.org

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