Six New Things

Check six ministry resources in this weekly post.

Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God (Orbis) author Kelly Brown Douglas will speak at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral March 15.  Douglas leads Whiteness and Racial Justice, an online class from ChurchNext.
Update:  the event has been cancelled.  Attend March 16.

Sparkhouse shares wisdom on preteen ministry in Connect with Jim Kast-Keat, a video series.  Webinars on Sparkhouse curriculum and more are live and on-demand.

The Re-Imagining Community gathers resources on feminist theologies and liturgies, including Women’s History Month events at Hennepin Avenue UMC, conference audio and other resources from the movement, and more.  Find Re-Imagining Community publications at the Resource Center for Churches.

Debuting this week, Cries from Syria is an HBO documentary chronicling the stages of the Syrian revolution and the suffering of the Syrian people.

Christian Food Movement provides a Directory of curriculum, videos, worship resources, books, and more.

Meredith Gould, author of The Social Media Gospel (Liturgical Press) and the forthcoming Transcending Generations:  A Field Guide to Collaboration in Church, offers Digital Activism 101, a free download.

Contact us with any questions about ministry resources:  info@rcc-mn.org.