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Thursday, March 7, 2024—11:00 A.M. CST

How does a congregation begin the journey toward healing the racial divides in their communities? Join Michael Adam Beck and Stephanie Moore Hand, authors of Doing Justice Together, for an inspirational webinar, hosted by Isaiah Park, for pastors and churches introducing a practical pathway toward healing racialization. In this webinar, you will:

  • Explore applicable strategies for justice-oriented advocacy, rooted in a collaborative process for pastors and congregations.
  • Discover how to transition towards inclusivity and equity within your community.
  • Learn to move away from harmful practices and create spaces where racial equity, justice, and liberation can thrive.
  • Hear real stories of congregations mobilizing collective action at the grassroots level to address systemic racism.

Join us for this live webinar that will equip you with practical, prayerful steps for your church to become a beacon of God’s love for all.



Michael Adam Beck is senior pastor at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Ocala, FL. He led the process introduced in this book at Wildwood UMC in Wildwood, FL. He directs fresh expressions initiatives for Discipleship Ministries, speaks and teaches at seminaries, churches, and conferences, and is the author of several books from Abingdon Press.  



Stephanie Moore Hand is a dynamic advocate for justice. She draws from experiences as a Fortune 500 executive non-profit leader, in politics, as a Methodist clergy and consultant. Her global speaking engagements equip people to discover God-sized kingdom solutions for a more just and equitable world, "On earth as it is in heaven." She serves as a Vitality Strategist and Emerging Community Pastor in the Western North Carolina Conference. 

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Isaiah Park

Isaiah Park is a pastor at Floris-Restoration United Methodist Church in Northern Virginia where fresh expressions are being launched and cultivated: Theology on Tap, Open Mic, Popup Concerts, Furry Friends Church, Nature Church, Movie Church, Karaoke Church, Nerd Church, and Messy Church. For more than two decades, Isaiah has been involved in leading and developing innovative ministry including church planting. She is passionate about meeting people and doing ministry in unconventional spaces in order to expand the reach of the church. Isaiah earned a Master of Divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary (Washington, D.C.) and is currently in the Fresh Expressions and the Future Church Doctor of Ministry program at United Theological Seminary (Dayton, OH).



Available August 2024