What does it mean to follow Jesus into the lives of our neighbors? Faith and Justice
Conversation Series concluding on April 13th from 6:30 – 8:00pm via Zoom
Our call is clear: God loves and champions the cause of the oppressed, and we’re meant to image God by doing the same.
Join us for a Conversation series continuing to explore themes of racial justice and the lack of it. We’ll uncover more deeply what we mean when we use the phrase “systemic racism” both in our political system and inside the church and explore what it means to work for the deep justice that marks the coming of God’s kingdom.“The Fire Next Time”
Book Discussion on May 11th from 6:30 – 8:00pm
Our last Faith + Justice gathering of the year continues our journey into the life and mind of James Baldwin.
Widely considered a core text of the Civil Rights movement in the 20th century, “The Fire Next Time” is text consisting of two essays – written on the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation – exhorting Americans into a multi-racial coalition against white supremacy and racism in the North and South.
We invite you to read the book as you’re able and come with your thoughts and questions for our virtual conversation on May 11th. Copies of the book are available to purchase at the church building or by clicking here.