Sacred Conversation on Race
February 12, 2017, 10:15 and 1:00 pm
Our series of “Sacred Conversations on Race” facilitated by Matthew Burdette, our Wisdom Year Resident (seminarian intern) from The General Theological Seminary, continues Sunday, February 12, following the 9:30 am Early Church service and the 11:15 am Holy Eucharist.
When the series began, Francesca Norsen Tate described the series and its context in her September 23, 2016, Brooklyn Eagle article.
We are motivated to host these discussions by persistent violence and dignity violations against people of color, and our commitment as a community of faith to the inherent value of every person.
The conversations are intended to create a context in which people can speak and listen to one another, learn about one another’s experiences and cooperate in addressing racism in the wider community.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.