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    Voter Registration Events
    09.15.20 | Racial Justice

    The Social Principles of The United Methodist Church assert that, “The strength of a political system depends upon the full and willing participation of its citizens.” An essential part of this participation includes voting in free...

      Public Action Resources
      09.03.20 | Racial Justice

      As Christians, we are called to reflect God’s reconciling love to all we encounter. And as United Methodists, we recognize “our commitment to become faithful witnesses to the gospel, not alone to the ends of the earth, but also to the...

        Small Group Resources for Racial Justice
        08.04.20 | Racial Justice

        Explore issues of racial justice in small group settings. We encourage you to use conversation tools that help create safe, bold and respectful spaces. NEW: The General Commission on Religion and Race is offering an...

          Commitment to Becoming an Anti-Racist Church
          06.18.20 | Racial Justice

          As people of God, we lament and confess the sin of racism and we commit to work without ceasing, led by the Spirit of God, to resist and deconstruct racism wherever it exists. Our hearts have been broken by the recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery...

            Sacred Witness at Home
            06.18.20 | Racial Justice

            If you feel uncomfortable or unable to join us in person for the See Something, Say Something Immersion today, or the Juneteenth Freedom + Justice March tomorrow, we invite you to engage in visible sacred witness at this point...

              Videos for Racial Justice Conversations
              06.14.20 | Racial Justice

              Trolls World Tour (2020) is an animated film that explores diversity, harmony, and hope in a time of unrest through various musical genres. Main characters Poppy and Branch discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered...

                Past Racial Justice Events
                06.14.20 | Racial Justice

                webinars/town hall meetings On July 1, 2020, The United Methodist Church held a conversation in our Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom series. Many are wrestling with how we can most faithfully understand and interpret the...

                  Worship Resources for Racial Justice
                  06.12.20 | Racial Justice

                  In our liturgy, we come together to repent, lament, give thanks and glorify God as, a people of faith, we address racial justice. services/order of worship UMW Resources for Racial Justice, which include a section on...

                    Racial Justice Reading Lists
                    06.12.20 | Racial Justice

                    Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James Cone The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B Dubois White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo Roadmap to Reconciliation by Brenda McNeil I’m Still...

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