Resources and Reflections on the Ferguson Decision

The Episcopal Church has compiled
Resources and reflections on the Ferguson decision

[November 26, 2014] 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.”

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori statement.

A Way Forward: Reflections, Resources & Stories Concerning Ferguson, Racial Justice & Reconciliation

Episcopal Diocese of Missouri Bishop Wayne Smith statement.

Episcopal Diocese of Missouri website

Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis, MO, website

Reflections from Episcopalians Among those presenting reflections are: Annette Buchanan, National President for the Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE); Dr. Anita Parrott George, Executive Council Member, and Vice Chair of the Advisory Board of the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation, University of Mississippi; the Very Rev. Mike Kinman, dean of Christ Church Cathedral in downtown St. Louis.

Practices for racial reconciliation

Statements from Bishop of the Diocese of Western New York, Union of Black Episcopalians, Bishop of the Diocese of Texas

Blog on Social Justice and Advocacy Engagement by Charles Wynder, Jr., Episcopal Church Missioner for Social Equality, Advocacy Engagement

Many dioceses, cathedrals and churches have conducted prayer services and vigils; check local websites for more information.

The Episcopal Church


This information can be found on the web: Resources and reflections on the Ferguson decision