fellowship
center
for
racial
reconciliation

The Center was established to lead our church and community in the conversation and practice of racial reconciliation.

Our aim is to create a Gospel-centered environment that leads to active engagement in difficult conversations that lead to individual and systemic reconciliation.

Join this ongoing and necessary conversation by following us on social media. If you would like more information about The Center or if you're interested in bringing the work we do to your community, email us!

Celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander Month

During the month of May we celebrate and honor Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Throughout the next few weeks, we will hear some of the voices and experiences of the AAPI community as they reclaim their visibility and reflect upon their identity, history, and community. Join us as we journey alongside our sisters and brothers in their reflections on what it means to be seen and listen to the invitation to live in solidarity.

“Visibility in Multiethnic Spaces"
A Panel Conversation

Join us for a virtual panel featuring AAPI pastors, activists, and historians. From their unique experiences and expertise, each panelist will reflect on Asian identity and visibility in multiethnic spaces. A time of Q&A will follow.

Tue, May 10
7-8:30p

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Community Picnic

We invite you to a picnic, hosted by the AAPI community, in celebration of AAPI Heritage month. This will be a space for fellowship, connection, good food and games. You are welcome to bring your own lunch or buy from a locally owned Asian food truck and pop-up shop that will be on site. We hope you can join us!

Sat, May 21
12-2pm
Harambee
1609 Navarro Ave, Pasadena, CA 91103

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racial
reconciliation
workshops

1.0: Church, Race, and Reconciliation

This workshop is designed to introduce participants to the deceptive and destructive effects of racism in our lives and in the body of Christ. This is an opportunity to learn about and experience the work of racial reconciliation.

2.0: Challenges & Solutions to 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.

May 17th, 19th, 24th, 26th
6:00-8:30 PM

*In order to participate in Workshop 2.0: Challenges & Solutions to Reconciliation, it is a requirement to have completed Workshop 1.0: Church, Race, and Reconciliation.

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civil rights tours



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 multiethnic, intergenerational groups on tours, where we deepen our understanding of our history so that we can more effectively preach the gospel and make disciples.

Save the dates:
Southern Civil Rights Tour: June 10-18
Asian American Civil Rights Tour: July 30 - August 6

  • Southern Civil
    Rights Tour

    The trip follows the path of some of the freedom rides traveled through the South.

    June 10-18

    Trip is Full.

  • Asian American
    Civil Rights Tour

    We will look at the historic intersecting dynamics within the Asian American community regarding church, history, and race.

    July 30 - August 6

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  • Pasadena Civil
    Rights Excursion

    A one-day journey through the racial history and present-day challenges the city of Pasadena.

table talks: conversations on race in america

At our Family Table, we don’t avoid talking about issues of race and racism. Instead, we always come back to the broken body and shed blood of Jesus as we learn to stay at the table.

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