Join leaders of the United Methodist Church in a service of lament, repentance, communion, and commitment here.
May participating in this service offer you space to lament, repent, commune, and commit to the work of antiracism. To quote Council of Bishops President Cynthia Fierro Harvey, "Dear Life-Giving God, we your people are in this for the long haul.”
May it ever be so.
Visit UMC.org/EndRacism to find more resources for the work of dismantling racism and promoting collective action for racial justice.
And for a growing list of resources for the spiritual work of overcoming racism from The Upper Room, click here.
Throughout my Walk I experienced the presence of the Risen One in the devotional spaces as well as in times of teaching, meditation, and prayer. The communion with brothers, experienced in the daily sharing at the table and in the Word, generated deep bonds of brotherhood.”