Where Love Lives webinars June 22 & 24 explore our commitment to diversity

June 17, 2021 | by Admin

Where Love Lives webinars June 22 & 24 explore our commitment to diversity

On June 22 and 24 the California-Nevada conference will host the two remaining webinars that explore our commitment to diversity as a part of the Western Jurisdiction campaign Where Love Lives.  Register today using the links below or plan to watch on the conference Facebook page where they will be streamed live.  

In case you missed the June 16th webinar, Our Commitment to Diversity: Examining United Methodist Women Charter for Racial Justice, click here to view the recording.

Click here to access the Juneteenth worship service video, which is also a part of our conference offerings for Where Love Lives.
 

Where Love Lives: Our Commitment to Diversity 
Webinar: Exploring Screening Faith with author Dr. Angela Patterson 
June 22, 2021 4:00pm - 5:30pm PDT 
Join Screening Faith author Dr. Angela Patterson as we examine the effects of technology and media exposure on the faith formation of young people, especially children of color, and explore practical tips for how these findings might translate into ministry settings.
 
Click here to register. 
 
 
Where Love Lives: Our Commitment to Diversity 
Webinar: Walking While Black – L.O.V.E. Is the Answer – Creating Safe Spaces for Young People 
June 24, 2021, 4:00pm – 7:00pm PDT 
A screening of the documentary film Walking While Black –L.O.V.E. is the Answer will be followed with a panel discussion exploring and holding safe spaces for youth moderated by California-Nevada young people and featuring filmmaker AJ Ali, and Jevon Wilkes, Executive Director of the California Coalition for Youth.
 
Click here to register.


Recordings of both webinars will be posted on the conference Where Love Lives page alongside the recording of the first webinar in this series, Examining United Methodist Women Charter for Racial Justice, which was hosted by our Lay Leader Micheal Pope on June 16th.