|Christian Discipleship & the Problem of Racism|
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|“What is our vocation as a Christian community to ‘seek and serve Christ’ in the black communities disproportionately affected by the coronavirus and the virus of racism?” and “How might we break out of the historically entrenched role our church and denomination have played in sustaining the racist structures which contribute to death rather than life?
In partnership with Bexley-Seabury Seminary and the Rev. Dr. Reggie Williams, professor at McCormick Theological Seminary, these are the questions we seek to answer at this moment.
6 PM to 7:30 PM on Tuesday September 29th, and Tuesday October 27th.
For these four lectures and conversations, we will explore the connection between Christian discipleship and the problem of racism with an eye toward how we commit to changing these structures by aligning them with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We will explore what it means for a church to have a vocation and vocational courage.
Registration is available here.
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|The Rev. Wes Smedley|