Cole Arthur Riley
Cole Arthur Riley is the creator of Black Liturgies, a space for Black spiritual words of liberation, lament, rage and rest and a project of The Center for Dignity and Contemplation, where she serves as executive curator.
Born and for the most part raised in Pittsburgh, Riley studied writing at the University of Pittsburgh. For nearly a decade now, following the advice of a wise professor, she has been writing a little every day. She is the author of “This Here Flesh: Spirituality, Liberation and the Stories That Make Us.”
A free toolkit from the “Shifting Ground” initiative, “Let’s Talk About Resources” uses case studies, games and reflective discussion questions to facilitate creative conversations about how congregations can use their resources in service to their local community.
It can be used online or in person. These resources were co-created by Lake Institute on Faith & Giving and the innovative design team at RootedGood.Learn More