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Topic: Black Lives Matter Class: Is there such a thing a "White Privilege"- and does it apply to me?
When: September 8th at 6:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Blended Class: In-Person or you can join via Zoom
Topic: BLM Class: Is there such a thing a "White Privilege"- and does it apply to me? Join us for conversation and all questions welcomed
Time: Sep 8, 2021 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Summer is about over, kids are back in school and life is slowing down....This means it is time for some SunCoast Family Fun. Please join us at 6PM on Mondays for the following Virtual game nights:
Meeting ID: 867 9930 2036
"Bless to Me"
Bible Study Classes-Blended
In-person and via Zoom
When: October 5th, 12th and 19th Time: 6:30 PM
Following our worship series, Bless to Me, we will explore a deeper understanding of the meaning of “blessing” and to dwell on God’s blessings in our lives. Each week we will read together blessing scriptures, prayers and liturgies, contemplate on the blessings in our lives, and spend some individual time writing our own blessings. The class will be based on the book Christ Beside Me, Christ Within Me: Celtic Blessings by Beth A. Richardson.
The course will be taught by Rev. Vickie and Rev. Nancy in person at the church, or you may participate through zoom.
What: SunCoast MCC Quarterly Forum
When: Sunday, August 29, 2021 Immediately after Worship
Why Should you Attend? The Pastors and Board of Directors will be presenting financial information, strategic plans and other items important to the life of the Church.
Who can Attend? Everyone is welcome. This is a time for information.
"Good Trouble Group" Monthly Meeting
Once a month we are gathering to learn and grow as we seek to overcome racism, and be better allies to one another.
THIS MONTH – We will welcome a special guest, Shirley Bascom, founder and former President of Venice Interfaith Community Association, of which SunCoast MCC is a member.
Shirley will share how her Ba’hai faith undergirds her decades of anti-racism work. She will share the story of how she came to understand white privilege and became activist.
If you join us on October 21, and have never been to one of our meetings, we would ask you to consider viewing this video in advance, which beautifully explains why Black Lives Matter and why it is so important for all of us to engage.
October 21, 2021 @ 6:30 PM
In-Person or Virtually