New Social Justice and Racial Equity Pilgrimage Opportunities

Episcopal Journeys
Posted Oct 4, 2022

Social Justice and Racial Equity Pilgrimage Program Announced

  • Custom designed itineraries to sites throughout the South
  • For groups of 20 or more
  • Opportunities for corporate worship, discussion, and reflection

Episcopal Journeys, a division of Faith Journeys, announces the start of a new program offering that is focused on the struggle for civil and human rights, racial equity, and reconciliation. They have developed a base itinerary of sites through the South that not only highlights some of the most significant monuments, museums, churches, and memorials, but also ties them together with time for reflection, processing, and prayer.

“Press forward at all times, climbing forward toward that higher ground of the harmonious society that shapes the laws of man to the laws of God.” — Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.

Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) – Legacy Museum

Earlier this year, Faith Journeys undertook a request to produce a Social Justice/Racial Equity Pilgrimage to Georgia and Alabama. After a period of study and discernment, they developed a new and exciting itinerary that fulfilled the original request for combining education, conversation, reflection, and reconciliation.

They are now ready to offer this program to other communities and organizations. If you and your community are interested in a pilgrimage along the Civil Rights Trail to learn how the Episcopal Church has been involved in the struggle for civil and human rights, this new program could easily be added to your existing offerings.

“Until justice rolls down like water and righteousness like a mighty stream.” – The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

If you are interested in learning more about this program, contact Faith Journeys at 877-732-4845 or email A full brochure outlining this program and the suggested stops along your pilgrimage is available at