e Good Samaritan Sunday School Class
Sorting out: Racism in the New South
(Fellowship Hall Overflow)
Feb. 9 - Hal Clarke
- As we look at racism in our city, let’s start by grounding ourselves in our faith and what we believe Jesus is calling us to do. Join Hal who will talk about his experience in struggling with these questions:
- As a follower of Jesus, how should I think about prejudice, injustice, and poverty in Charlotte?
- If I were explaining to Jesus face to face how I live my life in Charlotte, how would Jesus challenge me?
- What are the myths that I tell myself that Jesus would debunk?
- What am I called to do differently?
Dr. Hanchett, recently retired from Levine Museum of the New South, is now the Historian-in-Residence with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Dr. Hanchett's book will be for sale in Historical Lobby on the day of the class.
February 23 - Youth Ministry Fundraiser Congregational Breakfast
Celebrate and support our youth by enjoying a delicious breakfast with your congregation hosted by Youth Ministry.
Funds raised will support the Youth Ministry Mission and Conference Fund.
$5/children 5-11 (4 and under eat free)
Save the Date - Lenten Evening Bible Study
Wednesdays in Lent beginning Wed. 4th
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Location will vary each week
Email Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend