The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have thrust our community and country into dialogue about race and racism. It’d be easy to shelter ourselves away, not having to discuss something as difficult as race, but Christians are called to address anything that threatens the unity we’ve been given in Christ. You’re invited to a 4 week study/conversation about what our faith has to say about the events that fill the news cycle and social media.
This will be a civil dialogue. There are no agendas being pushed other than the agenda of faith. There will be no partisan politics – talking about people is inherently political (it comes from a Greek word meaning “affairs of the cities,” after all) – but we will not allow our conversation to devolve into a blame game or political posturing for any party or political affiliation. Finally, and most importantly, this is a bible study. We will explore what God has said in scripture about how Children of God should treat one another.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we’ll be meeting via Zoom each Thursday night, beginning June 18, at 7:00pm. Please contact Rev. Wes Pitts if you’d like to join – [email protected] or 678-409-5060