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Racial Justice: It Isn’t Our Work to Do

Racial Justice: It Isn’t Our Work to Do

Community CelebrationTheme: Love as Justice
Speaker: Pastor AJ Blackwood
6:00pm MTZOOM

Join us every 2nd Sunday of the month for a Community Celebration!

“We work to be diverse multicultural Beloved Communities where all thrive. We covenant to dismantle racism and all forms of systemic oppression. We support the use of inclusive democratic processes to make decisions within our congregations, our Association, and society at large.”

UUA Article II Commission (Proposal)

We will discuss, share, and reflect on “Love as Justice,” as we continue with our year long “Love as …” series centering on the UUA Bylaws Article II Proposal and asking what it means to hold “Love as Justice as fully realized individuals in mind, body, and spirit.”

When it comes to Racial Justice, we are all called to participate in the ministry of liberation for all people! As people of color, we hold a specific role in leading, and setting priorities, by sharing our stories and experiences as sacred text to be valued and centered when it comes to the ministry of Racial Justice and dismantling White Supremacy. It is not our job to do the emotional labor that comes with educating non-people of color about microaggression, or change systems where we are marginalized, or set up systematic boundaries to protect our spirit. Too often this work is placed on our bodies and souls.

Pastor AJ will be reflecting and asking: “How do we, at The Mountain Top, create a space for sanctuary, centering our lives in the ministry of Racial Justice as a spiritual practice that calls for liberation?”

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This is a BIPOC Only space. If you’re a white ally, feel free to pass this invitation along to your BIPOC siblings.

Community Celebrations (worship) are different each Sunday, but we always have music, an extended check-in and discussion because we believe our lives and experiences as BIPOC folks are sacred texts. We generally stay together for 2 1/2 hours, but you are welcome to stay for as long or as short a time as suits you. After our formal program, we’ll have a check-in, and everyone will have the opportunity to share what is important in our lives with the community. Sometimes we have a large crowd and sometimes just a few folks, but we are committed to always holding this space for anyone who may wish to join us.

We hope to see you soon!