The Fellowship Center for Racial Reconciliation has been established to lead our church and community in the conversation and practice of racial reconciliation. The aim is to create a Gospel Centered environment that leads to active engagement in difficult conversations over a period of time that results in individual and systemic reconciliation.
We will create a space where we can engage through conversation, experiences, and learning.
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This workshop is designed to introduce participants to the deceptive and destructive effects of racism in our lives and in the body of Christ; and is an opportunity to learn and experience the work of racial reconciliation.
Having become convinced that race remains a salient factor in shaping our society, in this workshop we will take the next steps in becoming active participants in dismantling racialized systems of disparity in order to become reconciled.
At Fellowship we want to be a church that stands at the forefront and leads in the conversation on race, reconciliation and justice. One way that we do this is by taking a multiethnic, intergenerational group through the south on a Civil Rights Tour, where we aim to deepen our understanding of our history so that we can more effectively preach the gospel and make disciples. This tour has proven to be a transformative experience!
Applications for the 2020 Southern Civil Rights Tour will be accepted beginning January 2020. If you are interested in joining this trip, please fill out the Expression of Interest form below and you’ll receive more information as January approaches.
As an intentionally multi-ethnic and intergenerational church, we desire to lead and empower leaders to contribute and shape the conversation that the world has been having about race and reconciliation for decades. However, we want to cultivate a deeper understanding of the intersecting dynamics between the church, America and race. Most importantly, we will evaluate the intersections through the lens of the Gospel.
The aim of this tour is to help us see, through historical events, the devastating effect of racism’s power to control, destroy and distort everyone – people of color and whites. Specifically, we want to look at the historical intersecting dynamics within the Asian community regarding church, history and race.
Applications for the 2020 Asian American Civil Rights Tour will be accepted beginning January 2020. Fill out the Expression of Interest form below and you’ll receive more information as January approaches.