Faith CoLab: Tapestry of Faith: Building the World We Dream About: An Anti-racism Multicultural Program

Taking It Home: Celebrating Ourselves and Future Work

We humans are deeply, fundamentally, inescapably, relational beings. Our spirituality, our experiences of the sacred, revolves around how we relate to ourselves, to each other, to the cosmos. — Rev. Peter Morales, in Bringing Gifts, a publication of the Latino/a Unitarian Universalist Networking Alliance (LUUNA)

Write a letter to yourself or to a friend describing the actions and role you would like to play in deepening the congregation's commitment to being an antiracist/multicultural faith community.

Check in periodically with members of your workshop group and hold each other accountable to the commitments you made to your action plans. Find ways to honor and appreciate the changes you observe in each other and in the congregation going forward.