Race, Class, and the Kingdom of God

Race, Class, and the Kingdom of God
Study Series
"Be Equipped and Empowered
for Reconciliation"

 

These free online classes will give you resources to effectively understand and engage in the work of reconciliation.  Our resource is Arrabon, an organization that believes the Church should be a foretaste of a reconciled heaven to our divided world.  We welcome everyone that is curious about racial issues, those who want to understand how they can do more, and everyone who wants to learn more about what the Bible says about race and class.  

 


 

Please contact Faith Fowler for more details: faithfowler@vaumc.org

 

 

Our Facilitator:

Pastor Faith Fowler graduated from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC in 2000, where she earned a Master of Divinity degree with a focus on urban ministries. From 1996-2000, Faith lived at Esther House in DC, an intentional Christian community for women seeking to be good neighbors in the inner city. While living there, Faith founded and directed a non-profit youth ministry called Building Bridges, whose mission was to connect youth from different cultures to serve the community and have conversations about racism while practicing racial reconciliation. Faith came to Christ at age 22 while attending a Black Church in DC and her expression of spirituality has been largely formed by the traditional Black Church experience. She has been committed to cross cultural relationships throughout her adult life, and is the mother of two biracial children, Solomon and Sarah Grace. From 2014-2018, Faith served as pastor of John Wesley UMC, the oldest historically Black Church in Harrisonburg, VA. She has been serving at Otterbein UMC as the Associate Pastor since August of 2018.

Otterbein United Methodist Church

(540) 434-7747

www.oumcharrisonburg.org

176 West Market St

Harrisonburg, VA 22801

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