What is Beloved Community?

So just what does it mean to become the beloved community? And why is it so important for the Episcopal Church in Minnesota right now?

Small Group Learning

Create space for small groups to come together to learn, grow, and build relationships.  The Beloved Community is not something we can think into existence.  It takes the hard work of building relationship that help you understand the richness and diversity of God’s creation, and see a more distinct picture of the work we are…

Self-Reflection

Self-reflection offers space for you to listen to your own story and your own context and how it fits into being a part of creating the Beloved Community. Take time to pray, journal, and learn for your spiritual and emotional growth. Look at your daily life through the lens of Beloved Community. Learn more about…

Activities and Events

The following activities and events are designed and suggested as a way to move into a space of experiential learning. In conjunction with self-reflection and small group time, create space to begin to expand your understanding and engage others around topics of creating the Beloved Community. More Than a Word Directed by brothers John and…

What’s Next?

So you’ve done a ton of action?  Well, now it’s time for you to add your work to the Episcopal Asset Map. The Episcopal Asset Map is a joint project of The Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief & Development. It’s an opportunity to highlight the ways Episcopalians are living out Christ’s love in our communities. You can search…