Often, faith communities say that diversity and inclusion are core values of their ministries. When reaching out to people outside your congregation, it’s crucial to practice cultural humility, ask questions, and be willing to learn and unlearn history that forms our current relationships.
27Thursday | 11:00 am
Building Beloved Community: GCORR hosts Rev. Dr. Miguel De La Torre to discuss racism, colorblindness, and diversity (Noteworthy: Questions/Discussion Starters)
10 Honorable Ways to Learn About Another Culture: This infographic from GCORR (a UMC agency) provides practical steps when engaging new cultures (Noteworthy: Point 1)
“Neighbors Together” Dinner-Dialogue: The North Carolina Council of Churches will provide training for congregations willing to learn about other communities.
Youth Empowered Solutions Faith Initiative: YES! Is an empowerment organization is creating a network of youth and adult partnerships to address challenges facing rural communities through training. (Noteworthy: YES! helps move faith communities from “charity” to “justice”)