The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said that 11 o’clock on Sunday morning is one of the most segregated hours in America. The nation is diversifying, but our faith communities aren’t. Join us for an interactive service that asks us all to consider what an intentionally-inclusive church looks like and why it’s the work that the faith communities everywhere should be doing.
Tracey Robertson is the nationally-recognized Cofounder and Executive Director of Fit Oshkosh, Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote social transformation through Color-Brave conversations, education, advocacy, and research in order to achieve race equity and justice within our community. Her service in faith communities includes assisting with two start-up churches, singing on praise and worship teams, and providing volunteer ASL sign language interpreting during church service at a Baptist church in Appleton for five years. In addition, she is an author, a freelance writer and produces and hosts an award-winning gospel radio program, Real Gospel Radio Oshkosh 101.9. She is the mother to three adult kids and has a 5-year old grandson.