Virtual Exhibit Booth

Visit our Exhibit Booth in Baltimore in July or take a virtual tour here. Our booth will be a museum-like experience dedicated to the mission and ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and our history, highlighting our work in truth and reconciliation and reparations. New content will be added until the start of Convention on July 8. In the meantime, enjoy a taste of the kinds of things you will see, and learn more about the Diocese of Maryland!

Coming soon:

  • Documentary short film on our journey to reparations
  • Illustrated timeline on the history of slavery and racism in our state and our diocese


David’s Reparation to the Family of Saul, a homily by the Rev. Diana Carroll.
Learn how the Biblical concept of making reparation goes back to ancient times.

Honoring Enslaved Persons Buried in the Hasselbach Family Graveyard, featuring the Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton and Mr. Waymon Wright. Producer, Mr. Lee Emmons.
Learn about one of the Trail of Souls pilgrimage sites in the Diocese of Maryland, located at the Claggett Camp and Conference Center in Buckeystown, Maryland.

Sutton Scholars® High School Enrichment Program, producer Ms. Lee Timmons.
Learn about our four-year program for high school students that shapes lives and inspires youth to build a better Baltimore through relationship building and the teaching of life skills, financial literacy and communication skills. This is a restorative program, in line with our commitment to be “repairers of the breach.” (Isaiah 58:12)

From the Archives: How Does the Episcopal Church Make Decisions? by Diocesan Archivist Mary Klein

In our booth we will feature stories and artifacts from our in-depth archives, including a timeline of slavery and systemic racism in our state, diocese and congregations. We will tell the story of where we have come from and who we are together today as a community of love.

Through the diocesan ministries of our Bishop’s Appeal, our Community of Love thrives!

Our youth will be loved unconditionally and given a safe place to grow and flourish. * Our Sutton Scholars will sharpen the soft skills needed to become leaders in their community. * The history of our churches and diocese will be preserved for generations to come. * You are challenging violence and injustice of every kind through Truth and Reconciliation. * And so much more. Learn more about our ministries.


Our Claggett Center is rich in history dating back to prehistoric times. In more recent times, John Hasselbach purchased this 300-acre farm with its stately mansion in 1811. At his death in 1840, the plantation was supported by the labor of 34 enslaved house servants and farm laborers. Today, Claggett offers outreach camping programs for children of who are victims of an opioid-addicted environments, summer camps, spiritual programs for youth and adults and more. Claggett also hosts a multitude of secular and religious non-profit groups, including educational institutions and social justice organizations. Learn more about Claggett, its rich history and its lively ministry today.