In this webinar, presented by CBFNC Racial Equity & Justice Team, Dr. Jay Augustine will be discussing his book Called to Reconciliation: How the Church Can Model Justice, Diversity and Inclusion. The conversation challenges congregations to take on the challenging but necessary work of justice and reconciliation.
This webinar led by Dr. Curtis Freeman and Dr. David Goatley, will help your congregation learn how to deepen conversations on racial equity and justice in your local context. To view the PowerPoint presentation called “The Economic State of Black America in 2020,” click HERE.
There are many churches in our fellowship involved with racial equity & justice advocacy. Hear the stories of two of these congregations, St. John’s Baptist in Raleigh and First Baptist in Elkin, to learn how this type of work became a part of the churches’ mission.
The CBFNC Racial Reconciliation ministry team produced this five-week racial reconciliation curriculum, “The Body of Christ.” Consider where this curriculum could be presented in your church i.e. staff, Sunday school, small groups, leadership teams, deacons. Document: The Body of Christ – Racial Reconciliation Curriculum