Cultivating cross-cultural conversations about the Bible and justice, sexuality, and interlocking oppressions

U. S. Episcopalians and African Anglicans Explore What the Bible Says About Sexuality

November 2017: “On Sexuality and Scripture” includes scholarly essays, Bible studies and personal reflections In 2011, at the height of divisions in the Anglican Communion over same-sex relationships, a group […]

Transgender People and the Church’s Transformative Mission

June 2012:  by the Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge | The 2009 General Convention of The Episcopal Church is justly known for its landmark passage of resolutions (D025& and C056) that […]

Anglicans, Sexuality and Scripture: An African Consultation

October 2011:  In October 2011, some 25 Anglican leaders from across Africa gathered with more than a dozen Episcopalians from the United States for a consultation on issues of justice […]

At the Table of God’s Delight

October 2011:  by the Rt. Rev. Jeffrey D. Lee | Bishop Lee of of Chicago gave this presentation at the Chicago Consultation/Ujamaa Centre consultation in Durban, South Africa: It is […]

The complexities and opportunities of using the Bible in discussions of sexuality: An African perspective

October 2011:  by Dr. Masiiwa Ragies Gunda | A paper given at the 2011 Chicago Consultation/Ujamaa Centre Consultation on Sexuality in Durban, South Africa Today, (Wednesday 12/10/2011) our third day since […]

Statement of the Elmina Consultation

September 2015 | We, as African Anglicans, Episcopalians from the United States, and members of other African churches, met in consultation in Africa for the third time in four years, […]

Letter to Anglican Primates on Ugandan and Nigerian Legislation

June 10, 2014 | Dear Archbishops, We write to you today as members of the Chicago Consultation, a gathering of Anglican bishops, theologians, clergy and lay leaders from across Africa and […]