Day 1: How can we have right relationships with others without affirming the image of God in them, without seeking to love others as God loves us?

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Rev. Paul Douglas Walfall speaking at the 43rd General Council.
Credit: The United Church of Canada
Published On: October 8, 2021
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Relationships are a process that we must continue to do, correcting mistakes and seeking to improve each day. Discipleship and anti-racism are similar. That is why we seek to become anti-racist disciples. We need to remind ourselves of who we are; we are disciples of Jesus and discipleship calls upon us to be anti-racist. To do this we need to constantly reflect on our words, actions, and attitudes.

As part of your 40 Days of Engagement on Anti-Racism journey, join Paul Douglas Walfall as he explores what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. Read his reflection in the Downloads, below.

You can choose from today’s menu of additional activities as an individual, group, or family.

  • Faith Reflection: Ephesians 5:3b makes it clear that there is an expectation about behaviour placed on the members of the church.
  • Children’s Activity: Explore an origin story to reflect on privilege, race, and racism.
  • Group Commitment: Consider what to do when others are treated differently because of their race.
  • Advocacy: Action options for churches and individuals.

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