The Ohio Council of Churches is asking Ohio congregations to join in publicly declaring racism to be a sin on October 15, Anti-Racism Sunday. On that day, members of Ohio congregations will use prayers, sermons, litanies, and lessons to make it clear that racism is not compatible with the teachings of Jesus Christ. In addition to our regular liturgy, we will use prayer resources from Trinity Church, Boston’s “Anti-Racism Prayer Book” to focus on the sin of racism on that Sunday.
- Post author:The Rev. Karl Stevens
- Post published:October 4, 2023
- Post category:Worship
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