Now that many congregations have held initial Beloved Conversations programs, some are thinking ahead to supporting their transformational work into the future.
To access the hyperlinked files, please use the same password you have received for the Beloved Conversations curriculum files. For the curricula without hyperlinks, please contact the Director of the Fahs Collaborative.
Resource for opening safe space and holding conversations of deep sharing.
Designed as a follow-up to the eight sessions of Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity, Seeing Our Economic Lives explores personal, family, and congregational stories about money and how they shape personal assumptions and congregational practices.
An edited collection of faith formation resources explicitly for people colonialized by white cultural norms via educational systems and governmental, civic, and religious institutions. In the tradition of liberation theology, the collection uses the evocative power of literature, poetry, visual arts, and storytelling as a way to re-shape stories of isolation and Otherness into a balm for healing, community, and sacred living. The collection is edited by Dr. Mark A. Hicks, Director of the Fahs Collaborative and Angus MacLean Professor of Religious Education.
A report from the First Unitarian Church of Portland, Oregon, on two years of Beloved Conversations, and suggestions for how to keep the momentum going and expand the Beloved Conversations program.