Is your church looking for ways to reach more people across lines of race, age and class? Are you looking for new ideas and concepts to build a more just and equitable community? Join Religion & Race (GCORR) and the United Methodist Church 4 All People (C4AP) for a series of 4 webinars beginning November 29th and running through February of 2018.
The webinars are engagement sessions in which participants will learn more about the three foundational principles of C4AP: 1) the centrality of radical hospitality in building unwavering relationships with our community, 2) the creation of Third Places as a means of deepening and expanding these relationships, and 3) living into the Divine Economy of Abundance through asset-based community development that is achieved through collective impact and in a place-based manner. Participants will have an opportunity to dialogue, ask questions, and begin to take a deeper dive into these topics.
November 29, 1pm ET - C4AP Overview
December 13, 1pm ET - Radical Hospitality
January 17, 1pm ET - Third Places
February 7, 1pm ET - Divine Economy of Abundance
GCORR features C4AP through its Church to Community initiative as an example of a local church that has game-changing relationships with its community in hopes to share that work throughout the UMC connection.
Click here to register for the upcoming webinar.