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Course Title: Knit Together: Weaving our cultural experiences with God’s redemptive story and with each other
Description: As people of color, made in the image of God, our experiences of crossing racial and cultural boundaries are unique. We were made for good - our beauty knit together by the Creator. But, we were born into brokenness, feeling the effects of living in a hurting world. The wounds and scars that we carry are painful and damaging, but that is not the end of our story. A growing disciple does not lose their culture; their sanctified culture is part of their identity in the Kingdom of God. Come and join other people of color in this course as we discover the beauty and brokenness of our cultural identities and the redemption and reconciliation of God’s amazing love for us through a study of Scripture and a Biblibal worldview. This is the foundation for building deeper relationships in this multicultural church community.
Course Team: Kylene Hong, Steve Cho, Suzy Wu, Lisa Berry, MJ Almeida
We recognize the need for people of various cultures to enjoy times and spaces to share common language, foods, traditions, values, and sense of home that they may not get to experience on a daily basis living as a minority within a majority culture. We recharge, support one another, and celebrate what God is doing in our culture. For the purposes of this course, the target audience is those who identify as non-White. If you identify as white please consider our course "Examing Whiteness"
Spiritual Formation Activities (Brader Way)
Tuesday, October 10, 2023
6:45 PM - Tuesday, November 21, 2023 8:30 PM
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9620 Brader Way
Middleton, WI 53562-9296
This course begins on Tuesday, October 10, from 6:45-8:30 PM and is 6 weeks long ending on November 21 (we will not be meeting on October 31). This course will be offered in person at Blackhawk Brader Way and is only open to people who identify as non-White.