Anti-Racism Events Planned & Resources

Committed People of God

During the month of September, the People of God campaign will focus on our commitment to stand against racism and injustice. Bring the campaign to your church’s social media pages, worship services and other communications by downloading a suite of digital resources

Learn more about this vital work at


From United Methodist Now published on August 3rd.

Perspectives: A conversation with civil rights titans about racism


Website page dedicated to

racial justice; tell us what

you're doing

Some United Methodists in Kansas and Nebraska may want to help in the push to bring true racial equality to our country, but they may not know how.

The Great Plains Conference is sharing some tips provided by conference staff and by leaders in our denomination’s general agencies. You’ll find those resources at

If your church is involved in some kind of racial-justice ministry, please share what you’re doing with us by sending an email to David Burke at

Anti-Racism Resources 


  • United Against Racism: We, the people of The United Methodist Church, recognize racism as a sin. With that recognition, we commit to challenging unjust systems of power and access.  For more suggestions on what you can do, go to

  • Nathan Morgan, Executive Director of The Big Garden provided in email some great reading, podcasts, videos, articles etc. as resources to help address anti-racism.  CLICK HERE for read the email and find links.

  • Pastor Stephanie from Benson St Paul has provided a link to a 21-Day Challenge from First UMC in Los Angeles which is a 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge.  CLICK HERE for access the resources.

  • Discipleship Ministries provides Resources for Equipping World-Changing Disciples. CLICK HERE for access to the Equipping Disciples Newsletter.

  • UMW provides Racial Justice Manual.  CLICK HERE to download a copy of the manual.

If you have other resources please email them to Kris at so they can be added to this list.