ENGAGE IN THESE FAITH FORMATION OPPORTUNITIES!
PRESBYTERIAN OUTLOOK RACISM WEBINAR
Anchor Point Ecumenical Center
829 Votaw Road, Apopka
Watch it Live or email Cheryl Carson to request the link to the recorded webinar.
Paid for from your churches' Shared Mission Giving to the Presbytery
If you are in one of the many predominantly-white Presbyterian congregations across the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), chances are that racism isn’t a topic that gets addressed from the pulpit unless there’s a major news event of a hate crime. Many people avoid talking about racism for a number of reasons: worry that they will say the wrong thing, the belief that avoiding the subject will make race less significant or the fear of creating conflict in the church.
As a white preacher and professor of preaching, Carolyn Helsel has written two books to help churches begin these conversations, and people of different races have commented on how her books have helped them engage in deeper conversations with one another on racism. During this webinar, she will help congregations start having meaningful conversations about race.
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FISH 2019 RECAP
Materials from FISH Presentations
are Provided Below
Session I: 9:15 – 10:30 a.m.
I-A Grandparenting for Faith: Mine, Yours, Ours
Led by Alberto Montes
I-E Choosing Curriculum That Fits!
Led by Laurie Farquharson
I-G Missional Discipleship
Led by Rev. Katy Steinberg
I-H Turning an Idea Into a Learning Experience
Led by Dr. Cheryl Carson
Session II: 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
II-B Working with Children Who’ve Suffered Trauma
Led by Lisa Benitez, MA, LMHC, NCC
II-E Positive Leadership with Adolescents
Led by Dr. Scott Wesley
II-H Improv: It’s NOT Just Making it Up As We Go
Led by Rev. Laura Viau