The second in our series of "Courageous Conversations" asks us as a congregation to have dialogue about race, bias, and its role in society and in the church. In 1968, General Commission on Religion and Race (GCORR) was formed to hold the newly formed United Methodist Church accountable in its commitment to reject the sin of racism in every aspect of the life of the church. This commitment is an important ideal of the United Methodist Church. We live in a tumultuous time where the ideas of race and equity are at the forefront of many minds. Join us at 9:00 in the Fellowship Hall on January 30th for this important conversation. The courageous conversations series hopes that through courageous conversations we display our unity to the world. It is also through such courageous conversations that we might be willing to encounter the grace of the God who is among us.