Resources for the Church
These resources on churches by churches have direct bearing on the life of our churches. Click on the heading to link to the articles and resources.
An article from Outreach magazine naming three things to consider in moving toward having your church better represent the diversity in your neighborhood.
Practical lessons one Assemblies of God pastor learned while pastoring a multicultural church.
From Princeton Theological Seminary offers here a wide-ranging list of Diversity and Inclusion resources, plus culturally specific sites that offer additional resources
Any denomination or group could make good use of these five questions the RCA (Reformed Church in America) is using to continue to address the multidimensional implications of multiracial/ethnic ministry.
As the name implies, this Episcopal Church blog is focused on racial reconciliation.
The Reformed Church in America (RCA) is planning to post three webinars based on themes of multicultural ministry and connecting across cultures.
Talking Together as Christians Field Guide
and Talking Together as Christians About Tough Social Issues
Two resources offered by the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
A brief guide published by the UCC (United Church of Christ)
This page states the United Methodist Church stand on the rights of various groups within our society, including that of racial and ethnic people.
“Becoming an Immigrant Welcoming Congregation” and “Open and Affirming” are only two of the resources available through this page. You could also review a comprehensive list of UCC pages and resources on justice and many other topics.
A toolkit for building an inclusive church is provided here by the National LGBTQ task force.