Join the Movement, End Racism for Good

8/18/2020

In alignment with The United Methodist Church’s multi-level campaign to “Dismantle Racism,” a task force from the advocacy team is leading the charge for the Mississippi Conference to “End Racism for Good.” Click on the image below and watch as co-chairs Rev. Bruce Case, senior pastor at Parkway Heights UMC in Hattiesburg, and Rev. Domini Henry, associate pastor at Anderson UMC in Jackson briefly explain the work of the End Racism for Good Task Force.

#EndRacismForGood is a movement of Mississippi United Methodists who are learning, celebrating and acting until all hearts, churches and communities are transformed from the sin of racism. Over the next few weeks, you will receive details about the task force’s work on several projects with the goal of inspiring racial healing and justice. You can find resources on racial justice and guides for conversations on race on the conference website. If you would like to be a part of this movement and attend upcoming events in a district near you, click here to sign up.

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