This is the fourth year that St. John’s Women is sponsoring “Courageous Conversations,” with monthly speakers and book studies.
These programs are open to the public (regardless of age, race, gender or religious persuasion), and aim to promote a greater understanding of social justice issues and how we might respond.
“What does the Lord require but to seek justice, love mercy and walk humbly with your God.” (Micah 6:8)
This year we will continue our focus on Anti-Racism, following the murder of George Floyd, but will zero in on our own Northfield community with the theme, “Anti-Racism: Building The Beloved Community.” We hope to lift up the voices of the marginalized as we examine injustice in our midst, and we will hear from local groups who have begun this work. In April we will host an anti-racism expo where these groups can share how to get involved in building the beloved community.
For information about the upcoming program, and to register, scroll to the bottom of this page.