The Race & Spirituality Group was born of a desire to learn more about how beliefs and views on race intersected with spirituality. The group members have since delved into reading and study to help them understand how to be an inclusive church and help lead society toward more fairness and equality among racial and ethnic groups.
Since its inception, the group has read many works, including Michelle Alexander’s influential The New Jim Crow. They have also supported local theater, visited the Exhibit on Race at the Pacific Science Center, and have begun to discover ways to advocate for equality.
The Race & Spirituality Group usually meets on the second Tuesday of the month for a potluck meal and conversation. Because the location and times vary, please contact Mary Edwards to find out meeting details. All are welcome.