About the Network
The Racial Justice Network of the Central Pacific Conference provides resources, accountability and support to engage each setting of the conference in racial justice ministry.
The network offers assistance with speakers, training, resources, coaching, and coordination for local churches engaging in racial justice ministry.
Monthly online check-ins and quarterly in-person meetings provide gentle accountability for your commitments to this critical work.
Connect with other churches in our conference to share stories, host events and receive encouragement.
Resolution of Witness
In September 2015 in Pendleton, Oregon, the Central Pacific Conference passed a Resolution of Witness calling on the conference, its officers, and 46 member churches in Oregon, Idaho and SW Washington to be Anti-Racist.Read More
Anti-Racism in Action
What does it look like to be anti-racist? The UCC Sacred Conversation on Race Guide defines anti-racism as "A conscious intentional effort to eradicate racism in all its forms – individual, cultural, and institutional."Read More
Because racism permeates not only our hearts and minds, but our institutions -- our churches and governing bodies -- as well, the task of racial justice ministry is spiritual, social, economic and cultural transformation.Read More