Join us for an Instagram Live & Facebook Live interview, followed by Q & A, with pastor, activist and author Ben Lindsay talking about his recent book (2019) “We Need to Talk about Race: Understanding the Black Experience in White Majority Churches.”

“From the UK church’s complicity in the transatlantic slave trade to the whitewashing of Christianity throughout history, the church has a lot to answer for when it comes to race relations. Christianity has been dubbed the white man’s religion, and yet the Bible speaks of an impartial God and contains a diverse body of believers. In this book, Ben Lindsay offers eye-opening insights into the black religious experience, challenging the perceived ‘status quo’ in white majority churches”

Date: 16 June

Time: 20:00

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About Ben Lindsay: 

Ben is the lead pastor at Emmanuel New Cross in South East London and the founder of Power The Fight, a charity which launched in Jan 2019 to train and empower communities to end youth violence. Named one of The Evening Standard’s Progress 1000 London’s most influential people for 2018, Ben is an experienced trainer and facilitator with more than 17 years spent working with high risk young people in the field of gangs and serious youth violence. His first book “We Need To Talk About Race – Understanding the Black Experience in White Majority Churches” was released in July 2019 through SPCK Publishing.