Third Sunday after the Epiphany
January 24, 2021

10:00 AM Worship


All Caught Up

Caught up in Jesus’ net of grace.
God is at work in you, too,
working through your words and life
in ways you can’t imagine
to catch people up in grace.

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"Listen as a Group" with the 
Multicultural Committee 
of the Classis of Delaware-Raritan

You are invited to help our classis and churches improve the ability of our organizations to listen to people from different generations, races, nations, and cultures by joining monthly discussions, via phone, or Zoom link.
Contact Us to request the link to join in.

Invite friends and neighbors who wish to engage in respectful dialog. 

Prepare in advance by reading, watching or listening to the resource we will discuss online.

SUNDAY, January 31 at 7 PM

Topic: Dutch Reformed Church History in Slavery

The speaker for our next meeting plans to join our discussion LIVE.
Rev. Dr. Nathan Jérémie-Brink, PhD is L. Russell Feakes Assistant Professor of the History of Global Christianity at New Brunswick Theological Seminary, Co-Convener, Slavery + Freedom Studies Working Group, Center for Cultural Analysis at Rutgers University, and an ordained minister in the New Brunswick Presbytery of the PC-USA.

Please watch in advance:

Installation of Nathan Jeremie-Brink, Ph.D. as Church History Chair (September 20, 2019)

This program begins to uncover the role of Christianity, the Dutch Reformed Church and the RCA in the history of American slavery, in a way that is personal, relatable and not purely academic.

1. Watch here, beginning at 31:46 mins: https://www.nbts.edu/events/service-of-installation-njb/

2. Nate invites us to pause his discussion to spend more time looking at embedded images/maps/quotes:  

3. Considering our language about slavery, all words we “know to talk about enslaved people of African descent in these Americas prove insufficient, both for the brutality against them, and for their remarkable overcoming” (Dr. Laura Adderley), so referring to this document, "Writing About Slavery? Teaching About Slavery?” (Talking about Slavery?) will be helpful preparation for discussing this important topic.

Then, join us for a group discussion on 

Sunday, January 31 at 7:00pm via Zoom

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