Some theologians consider racism “America’s Original Sin.” Our current cultural moment offers an opportunity for the church to engage in courageous conversations about this sensitive subject, asking ourselves what our faith has to say about race and the urgent need for reconciliation.
January 10 | The Dividing Wall of Hostility: Exploring the Biblical witness regarding race and reconciliation (Pastor Jon Carlson)
January 17 | These are the People in Your Neighborhood: A closer look at race in Leola and Lancaster (Panel discussion facilitated by Pastor Sue Orth, Zion Lutheran Church)
January 24 | What Love Looks Like in Public: How faithfulness to God shapes our engagement in the world (Kevin Ressler, Executive Director, Meals on Wheels)
January 31 | Life at the Intersection: How race, gender, and class fit together
Each Wednesday evening will begin with a delicious group supper served from 6 to 6:30p.m.
Suggested donation of $5 toward meal cost will be greatly appreciated.
The input sessions and activities for children and youth will begin at 7 p.m.
Activities for children and adults will include:
KfC (Kids for Christ: Gr K-5) | Junior Youth (Gr 6-8) | Adult Bible Study
Note: MYF (Youth Group: Gr 9-12) meets on Sunday evenings