Tag Archives: racial reconciliation

032 Becoming Beloved Community: the labyrinth

In this special episode we hear the second part of the Rev. Charles Wynder, Jr. conversation with the annual gathering of the diocese at convention. He breaks down the labyrinth image, and it’s four quadrants as they relate to Becoming Beloved Community, the Episcopal CHurch’s long term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice.



024 Jesus got me, the faith story of Gayle Fisher-Stewart

This episode, Jesus Got Me, shares the faith story of the Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart. Host Debbie Nelson Linck caught up with Dr. Fisher Stewart when she was a presenter the Advocacy Institute of the Center for Social Empowerment in Ferguson, on the anniversary of the shooting death of Mike Brown.

After retiring from the Washington DC police force, seminary and ordination, Gayle is now associate rector of Calvary Episcopal Church in DC, and the founder of the Center for the Study of Faith in Justice.