After the conviction of Derek Chauvin on April 20, Bishop David Bard says, “There is much work to be done. Today we breathe a little easier as we witness justice.”
How do the current protests surrounding the death of George Floyd and others due to police brutality compare to the 1950s and 1960s? Civil Rights leaders reflect.
The road to a just society in America stretches before us. Bishop David Bard encourages all to take faithful steps in working against racism, while walking the road with Christ.
The Cabinet and the Board of Justice, leaders in The Michigan Conference, offer witness and resources to help local churches prepare for persistent antiracist action in communities across the state.
The North Central Jurisdiction College of Bishops commits to deep prayer, listening, prophetic witness, and the promotion of antiracism.