Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

In Questions Preachers Ask (WJKP), Barbara Brown Taylor, Richard Lischer, and other well-known authors address practical questions.  Jin S. Kim, Pastor of the Church of All Nations in Minneapolis and founder of Underground Seminary, participates in a round-table discussion of the question, “How do we preach to faith communities that are highly diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, class, theological background, sexual orientation, and more?”

Speaking to the power of love in the face of hate and racism, We Stand With Love is developing small group resources, conversation prompts, Sunday School lessons and other curricula, playlists, a start-up kit, and more from a wide group of voices.

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship recaps their conference on including people of all abilities in worship with Barbara J. Newman, author of Accessible Gospel, Inclusive Church and Autism and Your Church.

Healing Justice is a conference September 23-24 hosted by The Center for Sustainable Justice.

Mental Health Ministries offers resources for Mental Illness Awareness Week and Veterans Day.

The Interfaith Observer has been relaunched with a new website.  Their collection of Opportunities & Resources include Harvard’s Pluralism Project, a reflection guide for voters from Faith in Public Life, and interfaith curriculum resources from Scarboro Missions.

Contact us with any resource questions:  info@rcc-mn.org.  Check our list of resources on race and privilege, and tell us about other resources your faith community recommends.