We build beloved community within our congregations and advocate for a racially equitable society for all people because we understand “racism as a sin and affirm the ultimate and temporal worth of all persons.” Personal and institutional racism harms our full relationship with Christ and one another and together we can promote legislative policies that promote the common good and reflect our commitment to inclusion, equity, diversity, and antiracist communities. (cf. Genesis 12, Luke 10, John 4, Acts 2, Romans 10, Galatians 3, Rev 7.)

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