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Mosaic Makers: Leading Vital Multicultural Congregations has twice now offered a space primarily for teams from congregations deeply engaged in the work of building intentional multicultural community to gather together in spiritual community for worship, experiential learning, and community building.
Take the learnings forward! Here are Multicultural Ministries’ suggestions for how to build on the conference and live out its transformational messages.
Take time for personal reflection on your own takeaways from Mosaic Makers.
Be sure to report back to your congregation in some way from the experience of attending Mosaic Makers. Take immediate steps, be they small or large, to incorporate your learnings and ideas into your congregation’s ministries.
As we heard at Mosaic Makers, Multicultural Ministries recognizes that social change work requires the capacity to work in diverse coalitions, and that building diverse community requires working for social change in partnership with those most directly affected by injustice.
How is your congregation connecting the dots? How can you do so even more?
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Last updated on Tuesday, December 10, 2013.
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