This 4-week course for white Christians explores what it means to act against racism in ways that are both intentional and theologically informed.
During this course, we aim to:
- Understand how a racialised society has shaped our own worldviews, theologies and actions. We’ll also discuss ways to recognise racism systemically and engage with the outworkings of these injustices in daily life.
- Explore how faith and theology shape our understanding of justice and our approach to acting justly (and what this means for the Church).
- Think through the action required of us as white Christians with some practical tools.
Each course will consist of four contact sessions for which participants will be required to do approximately 3 hours of preparation work per week consisting of working through the course notes and other resources. Contact sessions will comprise interactive teaching, group discussions, and case studies.
Isiphambano will host this course semi-regularly in either an online or an in-person format. Sign up for our newsletter and keep watching our social media pages for the dates of our next course.
This course can also be run specifically for church leadership teams or small groups. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your course
R600 per participant (preferential rates for group booking can be discussed)
We recommend a maximum group size of 20 participants. So numbers are limited.
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