winter2017booksSign Up for Winter/Spring ALL READ Groups
Books include Strangers in Their Own Land by Arlie Hochschild; Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult; and Waking Up White by Debby Irving. Choose a book and sign up for a group that meets at a time and place that fits your schedule. 

Registration has closed for most groups. For information on one group that will begin in late April, email allread@eliotchapel.org

LTPworkshopimageLiving the Pledge 3-Part Workshop 
Workshop: April 9, April 23, May 7*
12:15 - 4:45 pm each day
*Participants must commit to all 3 sessions

Develop confidence in your ability to:

  • Integrate the Pledge to End Racism into your life;
  • Confront racism and bias in everyday encounters;
  • Recognize and challenge systemic racism; 


Take personal leadership in ending racism in your community. Click here to learn more.

Registration for this workshop session has now closed. 

Are you ready to commit to
Living the Pledge to End Racism in St. Louis?


Please do not sign a Living the Pledge Commitment Card if you have questions about whether you can make this daily commitment to honor The Pledge, or if you are not ready to accept that we each have work to do on the racism and prejudice in our own hearts and on the systemic racial inequalities throughout our region. We are each at a different place in our journey, so we ask that you sign it when you can sign it with full integrity.

When you ARE ready to make this commitment, please pick up a Commitment Card from the rack next to the Living the Pledge banner handing in Adams Hall, from the SJA table any Sunday, or from the church office. Leave your signed copy of the card in the Living the Pledge box. Then take another copy of the Commitment Card and the Living the Pledge statement itself to post on your refrigerator, or on a mirror for you to reflect upon daily.