Before we can have much-needed conversations about racial reconciliation, many white people need to understand their own identity and story concerning race. Recent, a group of 25-30 people from a variety of churches completed Be The Bridge 101, a class specifically designed to help white people understand white supremacy, identity, fragility, and privilege. In the next month, we’re hoping to start multiple Be The Bridge 2.0 groups, a 9-session experience focused on awareness, acknowledgement and lament, guilt and shame, confession, forgiveness, repentance, reparation, restoration, and reproduction. On Sunday, July 19th, we’re having a Zoom informational meeting about these groups, which you can register for here.
Buy the workbook here (note: If you’re unable to afford the cost of the workbook, please let us know. We’ll cover it for you!)