We invite you to read the Spring 2019 edition of the COS Anti-Racism and Reconciliation Newsletter. This newsletter provides a glimpse into what has been happening with COSARRT including reflections on a visit to the Jim Crow Museum, a review of Austin Channing Brown’s I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, and recaps of events held over the past few months.
Church of the Servant’s Anti-Racism & Reconciliation Team meets monthly to strategize about how to make progress in the anti-racist commitment of our congregation.
Church of the Servant strives to be an anti-racist and multiethnic community of faith in Christ that intentionally recognizes, exposes, and dismantles racism in all its forms.
As a community of believers, we will:
- Address the connections between contemporary issues and the history of racism in our country, community, and congregation
- Recognize, expose, and dismantle racism and its impact in our congregation in new and redemptive ways
- Oppose racism in and beyond our congregation through the eyes of faith and scripture
- Become an anti-racist multiracial community, equally honoring every person and proclaiming each precious in Christ