Food for the Soul is an opportunity for our community of faith to gather for faith-filled conversation and fellowship. Topics range from current events to Bible studies, always connecting it back to our spiritual growth as Disciples of Christ. We typically gather on the first and third Sundays each month, though at times adopt a bible or book study format on Thursdays, at 6:30 p.m. Join us in-person in Fellowship Hall or virtually via Zoom.
We begin 2022 with a continuation of our discussions on racial bias as we take an intentional look at becoming an anti-racist/pro-reconciling community of faith. On Thursday, January 13, we begin a six-week book study of Anxious to Talk About It: Helping White People Talk Faithfully About Racism (Second Edition) by Carolyn B. Helsel. These sessions will continue each Thursday. Copies of the book are available in the narthex.
“Are you still anxious to talk about racism? Carolyn Helsel, author of Anxious To Talk about It: Helping White People Talk Faithfully About Racism, helps you get better at having the hard conversations and staying engaged in anti-racism work for long term.”
Introduction from the author.
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All are welcome!