The "#lovearmy":
              Implementing General Convention
              Resolution A182


Tuesday, February 21 at 7:30 pm


This is an online event.


Julie Lytle
Episcopal Province of New England

Ever wonder how to follow a General Convention Resolution? GC Resolution 182 "urges the Church to enter into dialogue, listening exercises, strategic partnerships, and internal analysis to address systemic racial disparities and injustice in the Church and the wider culture." Come discuss the #lovearmy movement and other ways to live into that call.

James McKim is Province 1 Representative to the Episcopal Church Executive Council's AntiRacism Committee and Chair of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire's Diversity Committee. He has been working with the Executive Council's AntiRacism Committee and Heidi Kim, the Episcopal Church staff officer for Racial Reconciliation to develop plans for the church's response to General Convention Resolutions.

The Rev. Karen Brown Montagno, Chair of the Province 1 Task Force on Multicultural Awareness and Cultural Competency and the Diocese of MA Director of Congregational Resources and Training, will facilitate the conversation.


To participate, you will need a computer with high speed internet access and a sound card.  Log in information will be sent to those who register using the link below.  


This web conference is part of a monthly series hosted by Province I's Cultural Competency and Multicultural Awareness Task Force. The series is designed to raise awareness, provide resources, and offer hopeful approaches for talking across difference and celebrating diversity. Previous conversations are recorded for continued access. Click on the title to view one now.

For more information, check the Province I website at or contact Julie Lytle at