- Toolkit for Ministry Post-Charlottesville
- A Call to Action to The United Methodist Churches in the U.S.
- Religion and Race Board of Directors Travel to the Philippines for Immersion and Board Meeting
- Episcopal Leaders of The United Methodist Church in the Philippines Collaborate with Religion & Race
- Religion and Race Denounces the Recent Violence and Racism in Charlottesville and Calls for All United Methodists to Love in Action
- CORR Action Grant Funds Sports Clinic for Maryland Youth
- Paul’s Story
- Church to Community
Practical resources and support for those seeking to engage and embrace cultural diversity. Use the filters on the left to narrow the selection of resources.
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Learning from Strangers: Best Practices for Cross-Racial and Cross-Cultural Ministry December 22, 2016
The United Methodist Church is called to be a global church. The Gospel of transformative love extends across national, linguistic, and racial boundaries, and this is joyful news! One of
Baptism and Call to Justice December 22, 2016
The United Methodist Church’s Baptismal Covenant is bold! Our church has a long history of care and concern for those who are oppressed. We believe that discipleship includes the work
Listening in Diversity December 22, 2016
Often, listening is confused with tolerance. Teaching people to be tolerant of persons who are different from them is not a helpful substitution for the authentic love and reconciliation necessary
The Trouble with Conformity December 20, 2016
The Trouble with Conformity A group or individual resource on the topic of how conformity supports oppression using the song, Flowers are Red by Harry Chapin Mis-education depends upon conformity.
Building Holy Relationships: Best Practices for Multicultural Ministry December 20, 2016
The world has been changing, faster than The United Methodist Church has been changing. Many of our congregations do not reflect the neighborhoods around their buildings. The Gospel calls us
New Resources December 19, 2016
25 Traits of The Beloved Community The beloved community manifests and protects agape love as its guiding principle and is expressed in the following 25 ways.
Identity Politics and Social Location December 8, 2016
Our identity is more than our names, or where we live, or the group with which we associate. Identity is comprised of those characteristics, qualities, values, beliefs, morals, ethics, expressions,
A cross-racial or cross-cultural (cr/cc) ministry setting is created when a local church receives a pastor whose lived experience is substantially different from that of the majority of the congregation.
What is Internalized Oppression? December 6, 2016
The truth is all humans, regardless of social status, are made in the Image of God with inherent worth and value. The lies of oppression and internalized oppression, say this
RACE: The Power of an Illusion December 2, 2016
With the increased visibility of racial tension and terror, more and more people are realizing how important it is to talk about and do something to eradicate racism. In order