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Church of the Redeemer in Cincinnati is experiencing the Becoming Beloved Community initiative of the Episcopal Church. As the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, we dream and work to foster Beloved Communities where all people may experience dignity and abundant life and see themselves and others as beloved children of God. The Becoming Beloved Community Vision Document and accompanying resources help us to understand and take up the long-term commitments necessary to form loving, liberating and life-giving relationships with each other. Together, we are growing as reconcilers, justice-makers, and healers in the name of Christ.

Becoming Beloved Community at Redeemer The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer

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Church of the Redeemer in Cincinnati is experiencing the Becoming Beloved Community initiative of the Episcopal Church. As the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, we dream and work to foster Beloved Communities where all people may experience dignity and abundant life and see themselves and others as beloved children of God. The Becoming Beloved Community Vision Document and accompanying resources help us to understand and take up the long-term commitments necessary to form loving, liberating and life-giving relationships with each other. Together, we are growing as reconcilers, justice-makers, and healers in the name of Christ.

    Becoming Beloved Community: The Long Journey - Anny Stevens-Gleason

    Becoming Beloved Community: The Long Journey - Anny Stevens-Gleason

    Steve Carlton-Ford teaches Sociology at University of Cincinnati and is a member of the Becoming Beloved Community Steering Committee at Church of the Redeemer. In this episode, Steve joins Anny Stevens-Gleason and shares his experience of visiting South Africa last spring. Since this visit, Steve has been reflecting on the comparison of the results of the work of reconciliation done over the past 25 years post-apartheid in South Africa and the work we have accomplished since the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. in the 1960s. Steve reminds us that social change takes a long time and notes that both countries still have a long way to go.

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    Becoming Beloved Community: We're Here to Wrestle - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Becoming Beloved Community: We're Here to Wrestle - Redeemer Podcast Team

    In this episode, we share a sermon from our Rector, the Rev. Philip DeVaul. In his sermon, Philip shares that we are often called to not just blindly accept what God is telling us but to wrestle with God, to push back, to fight back, to fight for our lives. And that our struggle, our striving and our wrestling are not separate from our connectedness to God. They are instead intrinsic and central to that connectedness to God.

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    Inspired - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Inspired - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Here at Church of the Redeemer we have been sharing our stories of inspiration. So to learn our story, Redeemer's story and live into Beloved Community. The relationships built here inspire us to live differently in the world. The life we share here inspires us to take Jesus’ love to everyone we meet. Here are a few stories from those in our community.

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    Becoming Beloved Community: Baggage Fatigue - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Becoming Beloved Community: Baggage Fatigue - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Church of the Redeemer parishioner, Maggie Gough, sits down with Anny Stevens-Gleason to discuss the pain and messiness of change and growth. Through our work with Becoming Beloved Community, Redeemer hopes to provide a space for people to share. A place where we can be safe and vulnerable. A place where we can support each other in this difficult work through deep listening and openness to learning.
    In their discussion of the baggage each of us carries, Maggie expressed this desire:
    "I just want to say, this is my baggage, this is my experience and I am literally carrying it. And right in this moment, all I want to do is set it down. In order for me to set it down, I want to be able to tell you about it. I need you to say, ‘Oh, I see your baggage. That’s heavy baggage. That’s hard.’ And that’s it."

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    Becoming Beloved Community: Learning Grace - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Becoming Beloved Community: Learning Grace - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Anny Stevens-Gleason talks with Beth Bojarski, a self-proclaimed environmental activist, mother and wife of our Associate for Youth and Young Adults, the Rev. Mitchell Bojarski, Beth serves on our Becoming Beloved Community steering committee. As a member of the committee, Beth has also been a part of the diocesan Becoming Beloved Community Learning Journey and she sat down with Anny to discuss what she has learned so far.
    Beth shares that mostly she has learned that she has a lot to learn. Having lived most of her life in largely white spaces, she finds that she needs to unlearn previously thought patterns, and have grace for herself. "I'm learning grace. I'm learning how to push myself. I'm learning how far we have to go culturally, in the church, in Cincinnati, in our country. I'm learning how deep the hurt is for other people."
    Don't miss this episode for a deeper look at the Becoming Beloved Community journey.

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    Becoming Beloved Community: A Hunger for Witness - Redeemer Podcast Team

    Becoming Beloved Community: A Hunger for Witness - Redeemer Podcast Team

    The Rt. Rev. Thomas Breidenthal, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Southern Ohio, joins Anny Stevens-Gleason for this month's Becoming Beloved Community podcast. Bishop Breidenthal shares his experience with racial reconciliation and the need for the Becoming Beloved Community journey. He speaks of his participation in the same-sex marriage wrestling the Episcopal Church has done over the past years. And he explains his dislike for the word, inclusion. He concludes by challenging us to what he believes to be the first step in Becoming Beloved Community, to learn to talk to each other so that we can witness to others.

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