Journey Toward Wholeness
We are on a Journey Toward Wholeness to heal the brokenness in our nation, in our congregation, and in our individual hearts. This is spiritual work that recognizes the damage caused by racism, which includes the repression of Native Americans, African Americans, and Asian Americans.
Our nation’s history is mirrored in the hearts of both oppressors and the oppressed. The journey toward wholeness begins internally, so we are taking a fresh look at ourselves to identify our personal and institutional relationships to oppressive systems. We are learning skills to help dismantle racism in our congregation while we move into authentic multiracial, multicultural, and interfaith coalitions for spiritually-driven justice work. We are currently sponsoring in Fellowship Hall an ongoing discussion group on Race in America which involves a book study course on “Race – Are We So Different”, as well as documentaries such as The Talk on PBS.