The Rev. Dr. Carolyn Rosen co-curated the exhibit “Zero Tolerance” with her spouse, Dr. Aaron Rosen, in Billings, Montana. Intended to foster a powerful and inspiring image of Christian social engagement on behalf of the disenfranchised outsider in American society, the Rosens used grant funds to commission the exhibit by the artist Michael Takeo Magruder. … Read More »
Suzanne Ehly made two trips to work with communities of Indigenous and settler Anglicans within the Territory of the People. Her work included listening, learning, building relationships, leading workshops and coaching, to explicitly link their living into the Baptismal Covenant to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action. In addition to the ministry of … Read More »
He facilitated the construction of a sustainable building adjoining an Episcopal mission on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The grant influenced the techniques and approaches used by Native American builders on Pine Ridge, and generated excitement about the work of the Episcopal Church on the reservation.
She completed an eleven-week internship in the Diocese of Alaska, where she preached, taught and provided pastoral care for the Native residents. She complete the translation of a Ko’yukon songbook and developed indigenous language prayers and creeds. She also attended a consortium on Native Ministries at Vancouver School of Theology.
She traveled to Alaska to develop and implement training for lay leaders of three Alaskan villages; the ongoing support was provided online.
They spent the summer at Good Shepherd Mission in the Diocese of Navajoland, where they created a self-sustaining youth program.