Events

Crossroads Antiracism Training | August, 2018

Montreat Conference Center

August 17—19, 2018

This introductory training by Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training Event will provide participants with a shared analysis of systemic racism in the United States. Using an action-reflection model, the training will seek to answer three questions: What is the current reality of racism in the US? Why is this still our current reality? How can we intervene strategically to disrupt and dismantle racism?

United to End Racism | April, 2018

At sites across Washington, DC, including the Lincoln Memorial and the National Mall

April 3—5, 2018

  • Tuesday evening, April 3: Service of Worship in the Orthodox Tradition
  • Wednesday, April 4: Rally on the National Mall, 7:00am to 4:00pm
  • Thursday, April 5: a Day of Action in the Nation’s Capital

Be part of the nationwide commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination and be a clarion call to the nation.

Reconciling Race and Our Call as Christians | March, 2018

First Presbyterian Church in Burlington, NC

March 11—25

Waking Up White | March, 2018

First Presbyterian Church in Burlington, NC

March 13
12:00—1:30 p.m.
 

A discussion about “Waking Up White” for a monthly book club gathering.

The Power of an Illusion and The Church in Racism | February/March 2018

First Presbyterian Church of Wichita, KS

A Six Week Lenten Study at First Presbyterian Church to challenge us to listen, think, discuss, and decide about how to follow Jesus today! For more information, contact Patricia Welker, Welkerpatricia5@gmail.com

Feb. 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18
Feb. 7, 21, 28, March 7, 14, 21
12 noon—2 P.M.
6:00—7:45 P.M.
 

 

“The Black Poets” by Dudley Randall | February, 2018

First Presbyterian Church in Burlington, NC

The class is a collaborative effort between First Presbyterian of Burlington and First Baptist Church in Burlington.

Ending Racism Study Group | November, 2017

First Presbyterian Church of Urbana, Urbana, IL

Join in a series of six conversations led by David Oliver-Holder centered on PC(USA) study guides. All materials will be provided and we’ll share some snacks. We’ll meet every other Sunday evening, 5:30-7:00 p.m., beginning TODAY, in the church library

Race and Grace Dialogues | October, 2017

Westminster Presbyterian
Liberty Community Church

The Faith In Action Committee at Westminster Presbyterian is sponsoring a weekend long facilitator training to lead small groups in 2-hour discussions which will be offered over a 5 week period, between members of Westminster and Liberty Community Church, called Race and Grace dialogues.

Building the Beloved Community: A Racial Justice Workshop | October, 2017


Westminster Presbyterian’s Racial Justice Working Group invites you to participate in a workshop on faith and racial justice specifically designed for Westminster.

I Am Not Your Negro: Film and Discussion | October, 2017

Ark and Dove Presbyterian Church, Odenton, MD

View the award-winning documentary “I Am Not Your Negro,” featuring the words of James Baldwin. Join us in conversation about race in America, then and now.

It's Not [Just] Personal: The Invention of Whiteness and Racism | October, 2017

West Raleigh Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, NC

Learn more about the ways in which racism operates in our society today and how we can work against it. In this workshop, facilitated by Triangle Showing Up for Racial Justice, we will learn about:

  • how people in power have used racism to divide and conquer us
  • the power of multi-racial coalitions
  • the role each of us can play in the current movement against racism.

Waking up White | September, 2017

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arvada, CO

Trinity Presbyterian Church is hosting a book discussion group over 5 weeks using the book "Waking Up White" by Debby Irving with conversations about white privilege and how our childhood and life experiences have helped developed our thoughts about race and racism.

Advocacy Training Weekend | April 21—24, 2017

Washington DC

Gather with Presbyterians April 21 for Compassion Peace and Justice Training Day at New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington DC to look at how our church and our partners are confronting racism, materialism, and militarism in our country and abroad. After Compassion Peace and Justice Training Day join the ecumenical community for Ecumenical Advocacy Days April 21-24.

Racism & Racists Anonymous | April 19, 2017

6:00 p.m.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Oklahoma City, OK

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City has a rich legacy, especially in the area of race relations and in the struggle for racial justice. The church hosts sessions to address racism using the format of AA meetings, called Racism & Racists Anonymous. Contact Trinity Presbyterian for more information.

Racism & Racists Anonymous | April 12, 2017

6:00 p.m.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Oklahoma City, OK

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City has a rich legacy, especially in the area of race relations and in the struggle for racial justice. The church hosts sessions to address racism using the format of AA meetings, called Racism & Racists Anonymous. Contact Trinity Presbyterian for more information.

Racism & Racists Anonymous | April 5, 2017

6:00 p.m.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Oklahoma City, OK

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City has a rich legacy, especially in the area of race relations and in the struggle for racial justice. The church hosts sessions to address racism using the format of AA meetings, called Racism & Racists Anonymous. Contact Trinity Presbyterian for more information.

Many Rivers to Cross | April 2, 2017

5:30 p.m.
Northminster Presbyterian Church
Seattle, WA

As part of its Raising Awareness Campaign, Northminster Presbyterian Church is hosting a community viewing of “Many Rivers to Cross,” a documentary hosted by Dr. Henry Louis Gates. The church is moving toward the close of the first phase of its awareness campaign. The second phase will come at the end of the summer, with smaller projects in between. Contact Northminster Presbyterian for more information.

Racism, Power and Dominance in the U.S. and Faith Communities | April 1, 2017

9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
Presbytery of Santa Fe
Albuquerque, NM

The Presbytery of Santa Fe invites congregations to an antiracism and justice training event, “Racism, Power, and Dominance in the U.S. and Faith Communities.” Contact the Presbytery of Santa Fe for more information.

Racism, Power and Dominance in the U.S. and Faith Communities | March 31, 2017

7:00—9:00 p.m.
Presbytery of Santa Fe
Albuquerque, NM

The Presbytery of Santa Fe invites congregations to an antiracism and justice training event, “Racism, Power, and Dominance in the U.S. and Faith Communities.” Contact the Presbytery of Santa Fe for more information.

Racism & Racists Anonymous | March 29, 2017

6:00 p.m.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Oklahoma City, OK

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City has a rich legacy, especially in the area of race relations and in the struggle for racial justice. The church hosts sessions to address racism using the format of AA meetings, called Racism & Racists Anonymous. Contact Trinity Presbyterian for more information.