Juneteenth: Staying the Course of Freedom and Flourishing for All

What is Juneteenth? An overview of its historical origins from history.com: Juneteenth (June 19) marks the day in 1865 when U.S. federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, to take control of the state and ensure all African Americans were freed. The troops’ arrival...

CCORR Invitation to Deeper Reflection on Charitable Giving

As Christians, we are called to care for the poor and most vulnerable around us. And our founder, John Wesley, called us to do all the good we can, in all the ways we can. Here are some questions to consider when exploring charitable options this season.

CCORR Train-The-Trainer

To raise awareness & promote the vision of the Missio Dei (the vision of building up the Beloved Community as God’s mission in the world), foster & facilitate biblical & theological understating of inclusion & diversity as the work of ministry, and train & resource conference leadership, pastors, & congregations for increased cultural competency & fulfillment of the Great Commission.

If Religion and Race Resolution Passes

If the proposed legislation from the Desert Southwest Conference Commission on Religion and Race passes at this year’s Annual Conference, the DSC Commission on Religion and Race will begin the work of equity for God’s children in the DSC. Part of this work will...

Engaging in Racial Justice Work- What can we do?

By Desert Southwest Conference Commission on Religion and Race As Christians, we continue to stand in this liminal space between the full realization of God’s kingdom on earth & our ongoing sinful nature. As we continue to be in this space, CCORR continues...

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