Dismantling Racism Campaign
We recognize racism as a sin. We commit to challenging unjust systems of power and access. We will work for equal and equitable opportunities in employment and promotion, education and training; in voting, access to public accommodations, and housing; to credit, loans, venture capital, and insurance; to positions of leadership and power in all elements of our life together; and to full participation in the Church and society.
The General Commission on Religion and Race, the Council of Bishops, United Women in Faith, the General Board of Church and Society and United Methodist Communications have come together to share how United Methodists stand against racism.
Our bishops lead us spiritually through worship services and devotions. Experts come together to talk about the history of racism and what the church can do--both as a body and as individual members--to move toward racial justice.
Explore these important conversations below.