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  • Thu, March 4th
    06:30 pm

    Mission Church Tucson

    Divided by Faith” is a sociological analysis of the relationship between white Evangelical religion, and the recurring racial issues in America.

    The book takes a deep look into several aspects of this discussion: including the history of racism in America, the current state of racial disparity in our country,  and efforts of racial reconciliation in the Church. It does this primarily to attempt to answer one key question: How are well-meaning Christians inadvertently perpetuating the racial divisions they also stand to oppose?

    While the idea of this group may cause some of us to recoil, our goal is not to cast stones or add to the division we’re seeing all over the country, but to enlighten and enrich ourselves as believers as we pursue Christ in our lives. 

    If you’re interested or have any questions, please let us know! 

    Mission Church 

  • Thu, March 11th
    06:30 pm

    Mission Church Tucson

    Divided by Faith” is a sociological analysis of the relationship between white Evangelical religion, and the recurring racial issues in America.

    The book takes a deep look into several aspects of this discussion: including the history of racism in America, the current state of racial disparity in our country,  and efforts of racial reconciliation in the Church. It does this primarily to attempt to answer one key question: How are well-meaning Christians inadvertently perpetuating the racial divisions they also stand to oppose?

    While the idea of this group may cause some of us to recoil, our goal is not to cast stones or add to the division we’re seeing all over the country, but to enlighten and enrich ourselves as believers as we pursue Christ in our lives. 

    If you’re interested or have any questions, please let us know! 

    Mission Church 

  • Thu, March 18th
    06:30 pm

    Mission Church Tucson

    Divided by Faith” is a sociological analysis of the relationship between white Evangelical religion, and the recurring racial issues in America.

    The book takes a deep look into several aspects of this discussion: including the history of racism in America, the current state of racial disparity in our country,  and efforts of racial reconciliation in the Church. It does this primarily to attempt to answer one key question: How are well-meaning Christians inadvertently perpetuating the racial divisions they also stand to oppose?

    While the idea of this group may cause some of us to recoil, our goal is not to cast stones or add to the division we’re seeing all over the country, but to enlighten and enrich ourselves as believers as we pursue Christ in our lives. 

    If you’re interested or have any questions, please let us know! 

    Mission Church 

  • Mon, April 12th
    06:30 pm – 8:30 pm

    Mission Church Via Zoom – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82377485038

    Groundwork is a series that will focus on the details of working out your faith through hearing from two of our pastors and their stories. Join us every 2nd Monday of the month (beginning in April and ending in November) at Mission Church, 6:30-8:00pm and/or on ZOOM.

    Session 1 is about the Gospel. What is it? How does it change us?