Note an earlier version of this story omitted St. Michael’s, Brattleboro as a simulcast location.
Three Episcopal Church in Vermont parishes will host simulcast screenings of the 2016 Trinity Institute entitled, Sacred Conversations for Racial Justice: Listen for a Change on January 22 and 23. This live stream event will feature presentations by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Pulitzer Prize winner, Nicholas Kristof; actor and playwright, and Anna Devere Smith to name a few.
In addition, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Burlington will be collaborating with the College Street Congregational Church in Burlington to host a community panel on Friday night with four local experts on racial bias in Burlington and Vermont. There will also be a Friday night movie for youth entitled, “I’m Not Racist…am I?” St. Paul’s will host on site discussions for participants. Register for this free event online and download a poster to display. For more information contact the coordinator at the Cathedral for the Trinity Institute, Karen Mikkelsen.
If you are interested in attending the simulcast event at St. James, Woodstock, email parish administrator Sari White or call (802) 457-1727.
If you have questions about attending the simulcast event at St. Michael’s, Brattleboro, contact the Rev. Mary Lindquist. There is no charge or registration requirement for this event.