Congregations should consider a different approach to Black History Month this year. Lewis Center Director Frederick Douglas Powe Jr. outlines ideas to encourage church members to think more deeply about faith and race through relational engagement, interracial dialogue, and substantive study. For his article, please click here.
GCORR has a new FREE Lenten resource to help your small group grow closer to God. This Lenten Biblical reflection, Roll Down, Justice!, written by Faye Wilson and featuring the music and reflections of Mark A. Miller, poses the following questions to believers:
- What are you prepared to give in order to have a closer walk with God?
- What can you give in order to embrace anew the work of justice?
For more information, please click here.
For resources from Discipleship Ministries to celebrate Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month, click here.
Is your church welcoming a new pastor into a cross-racial and cross-cultural (CR/CC) ministry?
Use the following resources to help your church foster a welcoming and meaningful transition for your pastor and the congregation:
- Communion Liturgy: Great Thanksgiving (Gift of a New Pastor)
- This is our Story, This is our Song: A small group study for congregations containing reflections and stories from CR/CC clergy
- Statement from Bishop Gary Mueller and the Arkansas Conference Cabinet (June 7, 2020)
- Statement from Arkansas Conference Clergywomen – “Silent No Longer”
- Statement from the United Methodist Council of Bishops (June 8, 2020)
- Statement from Bishop Gary Mueller from the Arkansas Annual Conference 2020 (June 13, 2020)