Faith on Tap – Racial Justice Challenge
Next gathering Thursday, July 2nd – 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
St. Paul’s is co-hosting with Second Presbyterian Church a Faith on Tap Series every other Thursday through Zoom (online). Faith on Tap is an opportunity for people to gather with their beverage of choice and discuss topics with one another through a faith-based lens. We invite you to join us for this ecumenical gathering to share in collective conversation with our neighbors down the street from our own homes.
The recent murder of George Floyd at the hands of police reveals again the deep racial wounds of our society. This a significant time for us to reflect faithfully, sincerely, and honestly on our connection to the racial wounds and God’s desire for justice for all. As an expression of renewed and heightened commitment to this cause, Second Presbyterian has challenged each member to participate in a 21-day exploration into faith and racial justice. The 21-day Challenge is a first step in our re-commitment to actively participate in dismantling systemic racism. Faith on Tap will introduce and explore this opportunity and discuss what it can mean for our life and faith.
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/98234455983?pwd=Y2IrRmpBUWl5N3ZaT3YvbFQ2MERVZz09
Call in by phone: 19292056099, 123456#
Meeting ID: 982 3445 5983
Please contact Keli Shipley Cooper by e-mail with any questions.