Racial Justice Sunday

Racial Justice: ‘treating people with equal dignity and respect, protecting the rights of the vulnerable, and holding to account those who have caused harm on the basis of racism.’ (Healing the Divides, Roach & Birdsall, 2022)

Racial Justice Sunday is observed on the second Sunday of February each year. It is an opportunity for all churches to reflect on the importance of racial justice, repent, pray for, and commit to ending racial discrimination, whilst at the same time giving thanks for God’s beautiful diversity. Pursuing racial justice is not a one-Sunday event, so we hope these resources will help to equip your church to explore such themes in greater depth in the coming months. 

Below are some resources to help us to worship our Lord with these vital themes of diversity, justice, lament, and racial unity in mind.


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