Book Studies

Check out our Book Studies as we explore some of the most pressing issues we are facing in today's complex word.

Why We Can't Wait

Why We Can't Wait, by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be the next book in our study on the Christian Response to Racism in America. Telling oppressed communities to wait..."wait until the pandemic is over," or "wait until the economy stabilizes," or  "wait until we can give this our full attention," or "wait until X," is a a convenient but sincere stalling tactic of those have the privilege in being able to "wait." But if you are in the camp of those who need the change, waiting means enduring injustice beyond endurance. Rev. Dr. King Jr. why waiting is no longer an option. 

Our Gathering Days are every other Tuesday starting March 2nd. 

Gathering Days:

  • March 2, Intro and Chapter One:  Mary Moreaux
  • March 16, Chapter Two: Elaine Shanafelt
  • March 30, Chapter Three:  Tia Hatch
  • April 13, Chapter Four:  Carol Heisel
  • April 27, Chapter Five: Beth Russell
  • May 11, Chapter Six:  Betsy Shanafelt
  • May 25, Chapter Seven:  Brian Nelson-Munson
  • June 8, Chapter Eight:  Brett Strobel
  • June 22, Afterword and Closing:

Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 934 4957 6090


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White Fragility

This Study has concluded meeting, however you may find of the links and resources found below to be beneficial. Also, please join us for our current study.  You will be most welcome!

Racism is our Country's original sin, according to Jim Wallis. It is systemically woven into our culture that privileges caucasians and disadvantages other ethnic groups. Why do white people find it so difficult to talk about racism? How might having the difficult conversations change the systems of privilege? 

Join us as Brian Nelson-Munson leads us through Robin DiAngelo's book, "White Fragility: Why it is so hard for white people to talk about racism."

Days: Mondays starting August 10th

Time: 3:30 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 934 4957 6090


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