Resources 2018-06-13T13:30:59+00:00

The Office of Advocacy and Social Justice exists as a resource for faith communities, ministries, and individuals who desire to become more involved in addressing systemic issues in our society.  To this end, we have cultivated these resources. These range from TED Talks to books to other resource collections. This collection of resources has one goal: to aid the  Church in addressing our communities’ most pressing issues.

Episcopal Church Resources

Office of Government Relations

Advocacy Resources

Episcopal Public Policy Network

Priority Issues

Episcopal Church Public Policy Resolutions


Colorado Elected Officials

Senator Cory Gardner

Senator Michael Bennet

Congressional Districts

Colorado State Senate District Map

Colorado House of Representatives District Map

Race and Racism

Soul 2 Soul

Bible Studies

Justice for the Poor

Jesus, Bombs, and Ice Cream


The New Jim Crow

Just Mercy

Between the World and Me


Michelle Alexander, Author of “The New Jim Crow”

“How to Overcome Our Biases”

“Color Blind or Color Brave”

“The Antidote to Apathy”


Everyday Advocacy Resources  (National Council of Nonprofits)

Diversity and Social Justice (University of Massachusetts)

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