Saturday, February 6, 2016 - 9:00am to 2:30pm

In this seminar open to all who are interested in shaping congregational culture, Drew Hart will share stories of how racism works and provide practical suggestions for how churches can become anti-racist. 

A graduate of Messiah College, Hart is the former youth pastor at the Harrisburg BIC Church and a student of theology and ethics at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is the author of the new book Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism.

The seminar will also feature a case study of how one Brethren in Christ congregation has embraced anti-racism and become a growing multi-ethnic church, as well as opportunities for round-table discussions among participants. 

Please register by January 25, 2016, by emailing office.lancbic@gmail.com. Please include "Transforming Racism Registration" in the subject line, the names of people in attendance, the name of your church, and your email address.

A registration donation of $15 is payable at the event. 

For more information, contact Curtis Book at cbook@mcc.org

The seminar is sponsored by the Peace and Justice Project and Mennonite Central Committee East Coast