Sacred Conversation on Race (SCOR), focusing on how race and racism have been woven into our congregational life since Colonial times. Join us in the Social Hall after worship on May 6.

Sacred Conversation on Race (SCOR), focusing on how race and racism have been woven into our congregational life since Colonial times. Join us in the Social Hall after worship on May 6.

The previously scheduled April 15 session has been cancelled and will be re-scheduled.

Sacred Conversation on Race is a meaningful, substantive, and safe dialogue on race, focusing on how race and racism have been woven into our congregational life since Colonial times. Join us in the Social Hall after worship on May 6.  The conversation will last about 90 minutes. The previously scheduled April 15 session has been cancelled and will be re-scheduled.

Since we began this conversation, we’ve met in small discussion groups focusing on race and racism in our personal and community life, learned about the history of American racism, and attended a few outside meetings about how white privilege operates in all our lives.