Let’s face it, conversations about race can be very complicated in the United States of amnesia. What is too painful in our past, we forget. Yet, God is pleading for authentic conversations across the table. Each time we take the cup of communion we enter into the longest conversation about radical diversity. The type of welcome that is so deep in wide, the image of love is without bounds. A table where all are welcomed, and there is always a seat for one more. Join Reverend Kim Montenegro in exploring why race matters in the Christian conversation.
Kim Montenegro lives to connect with the deep, meaningful parts of people’s lives. She is a California native and is an ordained clergyperson in the California Nevada Conference. She is currently the Lead Pastor at Fair Oaks UMC. Kim loves to spend time with her loud, fun, and amazing family. Her passions include deep conversation, intercultural communion, and sports.
July 12, AM1, AM2, PM1, PM2