On May 11, the CRC's Office of Race Relations is hosting a free webinar event dealing with the difficulty of teaching on the topic of racism. Find out how you can participate.
Here are resources to help your church celebrate the multicultural church of Christ!
Why do white people and Black people remember the history of racial injustice so differently? Join us for an engaging discussion on this question February 23.
This asynchronous learning course (online, DIY) will help individuals to learn and understand the beginning of the racial division between white and non-white peoples.
Join the CRC Office of Race Relations on January 17 as they co-sponsor a virtual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Community Celebration!
Learn the painful history of this country, listen to the stories of injustice, and reflect what it means to live out the gospel in the current context.
Kenosis Community Groups are gatherings facilitated by white people for white people so that concepts and topics related to race and racism in Canada can be explored in an environment that promotes freedom to explore without fear of offense.
An Act of Re-membering is an interactive and participatory workshop that offers co-learners the opportunity to embark on an embodied storytelling journey. It is intended as a follow-up to the KAIROS Blanket Exercise.
How can our churches and liturgies form us to live into our calling as ministers of reconciliation? We recommend these resources to get you and your community started.
We have partnered with the “Immigrants are Blessing, Not a Burden” campaign to offer worship materials for congregations who wish to highlight immigrants and refugees during their All Nations Heritage Sunday.
If you are a member of a CRC congregation, are planning to attend Calvin Theological Seminary or any of the colleges affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church, and want to train for and engage in the ministry of racial reconciliation, you can apply for a scholarship through the Office of Race Relations.