July = Brews and ‘Brews.
Each week a fellowship coffee will begin at 10:30 in Fellowship Hall. The brews will be Fair Trade, Certified Organic, and hopefully, Shade Grown!
Information about our PCUSA mission partners will be available through a brief introduction to the country where the beans are grown and the mission work your ministry supports.
We will sing some favorite songs, pray for one another, and then....
study a portion of the book of Hebrews. (Now you get the punch line!)
Hope to see you on Sundays in July at Rock Spring Presbyterian Church
This month at Sunday worship at Rock Spring Presbyterian Church (in Atlanta) Rev Bev has been speaking on the theme of "Race, Love and Community". She has been using RACE as an acronym to discuss what needs to happen to combat racism here or anywhere.
R stands for "recognize/rejest racism". If we don't see it and recognize it how can we challenge it? A great book that faces this issue is "Waking Up White, and finding myself in the storry of Race" by Debby Irving.
A stands for accept/affirm/admire. Our goal when challenging our own racism is to see someone we have learned is "other" and not merely accept them but to move through these terms to the final one: admire.
C stands for connect/communion. This challenge asks us to step outside our comfort zones and to connect with people we once viewed as "other" as though they could be best friends or family. We can do this by inviting and receiving invitiations to home table fellowship and friendship.
E stands for Enjoy and speaks to the desire God has for God's children to enjoy relationships with one another.
Come be a part of the challenge to combat racism in our hearts, church and community!