You May Have Heard

Modified on: October 1, 2020


You may have heard that our current President has banned racial sensitivity and diversity training for federal employees and contractors, calling these trainings “un-American”. So let’s have one!

Please join in our first Congregational Anti-Racism Dialogue this Sunday, October 4 at 12:15pm via Zoom.

At our Annual Meeting in June, our congregation voted on a powerful new approach to Social Justice:

  • Once/quarter, we will gather as a congregation to do the work of consciousness through workshops and dialogues on becoming an anti-racist, anti-oppression, multicultural congregation. From this commitment to consciousness, four teams will work on four distinct projects in the areas of Immigration, Voting, Ecology, and Being a Neighbor.

We will host four congregational dialogues this year on becoming an anti-racist, anti-oppression, multi-cultural congregation. These will take place following Sunday services from 12:15-1:45pm. These will be in a virtual Zoom format:

  • Oct. 4
  • Dec. 6
  • Feb 7
  • May 2

These sessions will strengthen how we work together and how we serve our community. They are for all of us as a congregation; they will change us all. Please plan to attend:

Thank you for striving for a world for us all—

Scott


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