On October 19, from 9:30-3pm, Procter is hosting Raising Justice Kids, a diocesan-wide event focused on fellowship, learning, and Becoming Beloved Community.
The day is designed to be family friendly, with opportunities for intergenerational dialogue, fellowship, and opportunities to explore how we can unite in preparing all of our children to follow Jesus as healers, reconcilers, and justice-makers.
Rev. Dr. Jennifer Harvey will be giving the keynote address, “Raising White Kids: An Anti-Racism Conversation for All of Us”. Her address will invite us to explore together how we might integrate the call in Becoming Beloved Community into our parenting, youth ministry, and care for our children as we commit to raising justice kids. Youth will be engaged as well so that the day will sow the seeds of cross-generational dialogue and Becoming.
Following Harvey’s session, we will share a harvest lunch–giving thanks for Procter’s fall harvest then engage in community-driven conversations inspired by our morning together.
And if you’re not ready to leave when the event closes at 3pm, you are invited to stay overnight for a campfire and Sunday morning Eucharist to deepen the experience, in community. Cost for overnight lodging and meals varies based on size of family.
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