Matthew 25: (also see Racial Justice & Church Vitality)

  • Being a Matthew 25 congregation resource page: Click here
  • 21-Day Racial Justice Challenge (PCUSA): Click here
  • What it means to follow Jesus as a Matthew 25 church, 6/2021 (PCUSA Article): Click here
  • Welcoming the Stranger Webinar #1, First webinar in a series hosted by the PCUSA Migration Roundtable, June 2021 (recorded): Click here
  • Eradicating systemic poverty video. The Presbyterian Mission Agency has created a :30 social media video to start conversations and raise awareness around the systemic poverty facing people in all walks of life, especially with the additional impact of the pandemic.: Chick here  (& a 2 ½ minute video: Click here)
  • The intersectionality of all three Matthew 25 focuses, 3/2021 (PMA online Mt 25 online series): Click here
  • Race, Reparations and Reconciliation, 5/2021 (PCUSA recorded webinar with Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak): Click here
  • Black Maternal Health Webinar explores ways to save lives and be supportive, 3/26/2021 (PCUSA 1 hour webinar & resources): Click here
  • View recorded Matthew 25 program on housing, 3/2021 (PCUSA webinar): Click here & resources from the gathering: Click here
  • Matthew 25 Stories (PCUSA): Click here

 

Some Suggested Studies: (Contact Julie Price about the possibility of sharing the cost with the Resource Center.)

  • Engaging Matthew 25 Through Film – 1. Video Discussion Series based on Dismantling Structural Racism (PCUSA 6-session video discussion):  2. Video Discussion Series based on eradicating systemic poverty (PCUSA 6-session video discussion)
  • Theological Discussion 3-4 week Curriculum from the 146th Presbytery Meeting, 3/2021. Video link and Discussion Questions: Click here
  • Matthew 25 Resource Guide from Presbyterian Publishing: Click here
  • Justice or Just Us (4 session video study)$$: Click here
  • How To Fight Racism, Jemar Tisby (10 session video study)$$: Click here
  • Dialogues on Race (Sparkhouse 7 session video study)$$: Click here
  • Holding Up Your Corner, Talking About Race In Your Community, Willis Johnson (DVD study)$$: Click here