RURAL RACE DIALOGUES
What would it mean to respond to our Biblical call to “love and welcome” the stranger today – when the divides between “us” and “them” may feel deeper than ever?
Rural Race Dialogue is a participatory day of prayer, untold histories, contemplative practices, self-reflection, and experiential activities in which participants will examine ways of welcome and systems of power in our local community – both past and present. Leave with true stories, deeper awareness, next steps, and connection to local partners, as we all strive to live out our biblical call to love and welcome the stranger in our own community.
DATE - Saturday March 17 - 9AM-5PM
PLACE - Grace United Methodist Church - 1935 Avenue B
COST - $20 (including lunch)
RSVP - here!
Welcoming the Stranger
Meet the Facilitators!
Rev. AJ Bush (BA Music, Master of Divinity) is a United Methodist pastor, chaplain, facilitator, and community organizer from Wyoming, currently serving the people of First United Methodist Church in Gillette.
Samantha Lynne Gupta (MA Psychology, Master of Divinity) is an interfaith chaplain, community psychologist, and doctoral candidate from Los Angeles California, serving the people of Throop Unitarian Universalist Church in Pasadena.
For more information on Rural Race Dialogues - visit their website ruralracedialogue.org