February 04, 2021 | by Admin
Folks in the El Camino Real district have developed programs and initiatives that engage communities on the margins to be a part of the solution. Deep listening is an integral part of our Wesleyan heritage and the root of social holiness that dismantles the colonial model of charity and fosters equity across our faith families.
In this 10 minute mini-webinar learn more about what is happening in El Camino Real District and reflect on what you might do in your ministry context through the discussion questions posted at the end of the video.
Then & Now is a series of (4) 12–15-minute mini webinars accompanied by discussion questions produced for the Western Jurisdiction campaign Where Love Lives. Each mini webinar places historical Wesleyan concepts and initiatives of personal piety and social holiness side by side with current initiatives happening in districts across the California-Nevada Conference.
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