Tools for Diaconal Ministry: Domestic Poverty & Social Justice
Violence Prevention Curriculum from The Diocese of Missouri
"Each Other's Keeper: The Church's Response to Violence"
The program is made up of six chapters, each on different violence-related topics:
Episcopal Public Policy Network
Advocating for Change: Focusing around five policy areas: Creation Care, Ending Poverty, Racial Reconciliation, Migration, Refugees & Immigration, and Human Rights & Peacebuilding.
Forward Movement's 2018 No Longer Strangers: Exploring Immigration Issues encourages discussion through the lens of scripture and Christian values. With opposing viewpoints, biblical references, scriptural migrations and questions for personal study and group discussion. English and Spanish.
Holy Nagging: Advocating for Domestic Violence Survivors
By Deaconess Rachel Patman, United Methodist Women's magazine, Response
October 2015. Download.
Gun Violence: Conversing with your congregation
Published by Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, 2014. Download.
Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) Disaster Resource Library
Includes disaster preparedness, curriculum for youth and adults, planning and best practices. Here.
ERD Ready to Serve database
Add your name to the database of volunteers, ready to respond to a disaster.
Refugee Ministry 101
Massachusetts Workshop, Fall 2015. Workshop Handouts. Slideshow.
Share the Journey: Refugee Resource Toolkit
Episcopal Diocese of Texas. 2015. Download.
Not Just Numbers: Educational Toolkit on Migration and Asylum in Europe.
Published by IOM and UNHCR. 2015. Download.
AED Domestic Poverty Toolkit
Developed for use during Lent, 2011
Materials are organized in 3 categories:
1. Defining & Measuring Poverty
2. Teaching Congregations about Poverty
3. Telling the Story of Poverty