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HANDOUT 1: Path toward a Multiracial, Multicultural Congregation

Participate in Cross-Cultural or Multicultural Conversations

Create opportunities to learn about and engage others in conversations across differences.

Live Multiculturally

Be aware and competent in talking about racial, ethnic, or cultural differences. Create policies and practices to guide your congregation to live as a single community.

Be Open to Ongoing Change

Move beyond tolerating difference; open yourself up to being changed through experiences and practices that are deepened and enriched by engaging racial, ethnic, or cultural "others."

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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.

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