Where Love Lives: Our Commitment to Diversity: June Webinars & Juneteenth Worship Service

by | May 28, 2021 | Featured 2, News, Where Love Lives

On October 7th, 2020 Bishops of the Western Jurisdiction launched Where Love Lives: an engagement campaign designed to celebrate the radical inclusion and the diversity of people engaged in mission throughout the conferences of the WJ. During the past 8 months conferences across the WJ have lifted up the many ways love shows up in our ministries.

In June we will examine Our Commitment to Diversity. The California-Nevada Conference will host 3 webinars and create a pre- recorded Junteenth worship service that local churches of the WJ can use to commemorate the anniversary on June 19th, or at any time during the month of June.

Webinar dates, times, descriptions and registration links are listed below.  California-Nevada looks forward to hosting our WJ family and learning together how we may continue to become the beloved community together.

The Juneteenth worship will be released early June and posted here.

Where Love Lives: Our Commitment to Diversity
Webinar: Examining United Methodist Women Charter for Racial Justice
June 16, 2021 4:00pm – 5:00pm PDT
California-Nevada Lay Leader Micheal Pope will host an examination of UMW Charter for Racial Justice that will include a time of questions and answers.

Click here to register.

Where Love Lives: Our Commitment to Diversity 
Webinar: Exploring Screening Faith with author Dr. Angela Patterson 
June 22, 2021 4:00pm – 5:30pm PDT 
Join Screening Faith author Dr. Angela Patterson as we examine the effects of technology and media exposure on the faith formation of young people, especially children of color, and explore practical tips for how these findings might translate into ministry settings.

Click here to register.

Where Love Lives: Our Commitment to Diversity 
Webinar: Walking While Black – L.O.V.E. Is the Answer – Creating Safe Spaces for Young People 
June 24, 2021, 4:00pm – 7:00pm PDT 
A screening of the documentary film Walking While Black –L.O.V.E. is the Answer will be followed with a panel discussion exploring and holding safe spaces for youth moderated by California-Nevada young people and featuring filmmaker AJ Ali, and Jevon Wilkes, Executive Director of the California Coalition for Youth.

Click here to register.

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