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Vital Conversations: Puerto Rico October 11, 2017

Vital conversations help us to dig deeper than everyday talk, superficial debates between our already standing beliefs, or reinforcements of stereotypes, prejudices and privileges. Puerto Rico, its people, and its

Vital Conversations with Bryan Eason October 5, 2017

Join us on Tuesday, October 10 at 9pm ET/8pm CT on Facebook live. In this Vital Conversation, musician, activist, community organizer and public school teacher, Bryan Eason asks us to

Video Vital Conversations
Toolkit for Ministry Post-Charlottesville September 10, 2017

As we approach the one year anniversary of white nationalists assaulting Charlottesville with hate speech, racialized terror tactics, and a weaponized car, we know of their plans to invade DC

Collection of Resources Discussion Guide
Paul’s Story June 16, 2017

At any given moment, Church for all People is filled with living and breathing witnesses to the transformative power of mutuality. One such example is Paul Parker, who tells his

Church to Community
Church to Community June 12, 2017

While UMC politics makes headlines, local churches are making a difference.  The General Commission on Religion and Race is in connection with many local churches that have game changing relationships with

Church to Community Resource Types
Church for All People History, Mission, and Guiding Principles June 12, 2017

C4AP History The United Methodist Church for All People in Columbus, OH grew out of a message of unconditional love and an atmosphere of radical hospitality. It is intentionally cross-class

Church to Community
Case Study: Church for All People June 12, 2017

A front porch is where new encounters occur, strangers meet and become friends, relationships are nurtured, challenges met, and the warmth and laughter of the hearth inside invite people to

Church to Community
The United Methodist Church for All People (C4AP) June 12, 2017

  “We are a church for all people. We give our love and offer the saving, healing love of Jesus Christ to everyone, no matter who they are or what

Church to Community
Immersion: US/Mexico Border May 17, 2017

In February 2017, GCORR board of directors traveled to the US/Mexico border to learn about the realities of immigrants, refugees and borderland communities. They visited United Methodist ministry sites and

Immigration Intercultural Competency Other Types
From Talk About White Privilege to Action: Next Steps on the Anti-Racism Journey March 15, 2017

Often times we have discussions about race and racism but fail to move from talking to action. This worksheet is designed to help you take the work you have already

Discussion Guide Equity Group Activity Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection White privilege
GCORR is building the capacity of The United Methodist Church to be contextually relevant and to reach more people, younger people, and more diverse people as we make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.