“God Cares About Racial Reconciliation. You should too!” with Tracey Robertson
In 2 Corinthians 5:19 the Apostle Paul writes that God has given us “the ministry of reconciliation.” In an increasingly racially-divided world, what does that mean to faith communities around the globe today? What’s the Church’s responsibility to racial reconciliation?
Acclaimed Anti-racist Educator and Speaker, Tracey Robertson is back with talking points to help all of us to seriously consider our collective and individual power and to share ideas for moving toward meaningful and sustaining change to live out the ministry of reconciliation! Grab your notebooks, families, and friends. You will not want to miss this interactive worship service experience.
Tracey Robertson is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practitioner who served as the award-winning Co-Founder and Executive Director of a grassroots, non-profit social justice organization located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for close to a decade. In that capacity, she developed and facilitated anti-racism education and training across the United States and Canada. Tracey has decades of professional experience that includes entrepreneurship, training, business development, consulting, and administration. Tracey has received numerous commendations, including being named one of “44 Most Influential African Americans in Wisconsin” in 2017 as well a 2017 TedTalk© Alumnist.
Service Leader: Bob Lindahl Music: Carol Boyd