Learning and Leveraging: Practicing Soul-Searching Solidarity

Our faith in a liberating, incarnate God calls us to change not only the cultural but also the material conditions that deal death to so many of God’s children. First Congregational Church of Long Beach shares their involvement with the city’s budget process as part of their spiritual practice of antiracism.

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Stories open hearts. Stories create movements. Stories change the world.

Across cultures and traditions, storytelling has always been a powerful tool for fostering connection, expanding understanding, and creating movement toward justice. Our stories of antiracist practices, healing resistance, and transformative action reveal the ways we align with the movement of the Holy Spirit inspiring our work for change. We hope these stories can help strengthen our movement toward racial justice as they open up new pathways of understanding, ignite our imaginations, and sustain our persistent hope that God’s kingdom will come, on earth as it is in heaven.

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We know you are doing creative, innovative, and heartfelt antiracist work in your communities. And we want to hear about it! Share stories about your work for racial justice to inspire and equip others in their advocacy and activism. By contributing your voice and listening to others, you help build the movement toward racial justice, across cultural expressions and lived experiences. Submit your story today.

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We are a movement of Jesus-followers - distinct and diverse, but united in Spirit - building our capacity to love all, welcome all, and seek justice for all.

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