We listen for the voice of Jesus in our private acts of devotion and our public acts of worship.
We begin our work by joining hands and hearts to journey side by side.
We seek to be present at the rally, to the pain of others, and for opportunities to use our voices for change.
On Juneteenth, (June 19th, 2020), the 155th anniversary of the emancipation of slaves in America, the United Methodist Church launched a global campaign to dismantle racism. Freedom remains elusive for people of color and the time is now to take action and drive real and lasting change in America.
Please visit the Jesse Lee Church Facebook page and/or Instagram page today, on June 29th, and also on June 30th and July 1st to hear how the UMC intends to take action. It's your opportunity to learn how you can join the fight for freedom and be a positive force for change.
Join Church and Society of the United Methodist Church in their work for civil and human rights.Connect with United Methodist Women in their work for racial justice.Suggested Resources for Becoming Anti-Racist: Discipleship MinistriesGive to The United Methodist Committee on Relief's Community Developers Program.Work for justice in your church, community, work and school.
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