Journey Together: Race and Youth | Families
April 21 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This is the third in a series of four conversations on race and the church hosted by CBOQ. We long to journey together with pastors, church leaders, and churches toward racial justice and equity. This is a crucial topic for the Church today and for future of the Church and CBOQ. We will have different guests journey alongside us for conversations on: race and discipleship, race and individuals, race and families/youth/children, and lastly, race and church cultures. We will seek to share stories, lessons learned, resources and hope expressed.
Hosted by the Intercultural and Racial Justice Working Group
Racism is learned from our homes. Many of us were brought up with a White Jesus and had subtle and direct racist cultures in our homes. In what ways have we learned racism in our homes, churches, and culture? Tanya Yuen from CBOQ will be leading us in this conversation.
We recognize that talking about race is challenging. We have adapted the format to invite personal and group reflection.
- Receive a pre-recorded conversation.
- Reflect on the questions provided.
- Receive what God has spoken to you.
- Gather with Pastors for group reflection and prayer.
May 12 – Race and Church Culture