Northern Province Racial Justice Team announces “Being a Christian Citizen: A Bible Study for Our Time”

The Northern Province Racial Justice Team has prepared a timely five-week Bible Study on Christian Citizenship drawing on the Moravian Covenant for Christian Living and related scriptural texts.  This study is open to Moravians in both the Northern and Southern Provinces.

“Being a Christian Citizen: A Bible Study for Our Time,” is available to download for use in congregations. In addition, the Racial Justice Team will offer the Bible study on Zoom on Tuesdays, May 28, and June 4, 11, 18, and 25, 2024, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. ET.

Most of the hour will be spent in small groups discussing questions provided in the Bible Study. Session titles include: Humility as a Christian Citizen; We Are Citizens of a Country, What Does That Mean?; and Civil Authority and Responsibility: Obligations and Opportunities.

The online Zoom Bible study sessions are also open to all.  A version of “Being a Christian Citizen” adapted for use in Canada will also be available to download.

Information on the Zoom session and to download the study can be found on the Northern Province website.  You can also contact the Rev. Sue Koenig, Director of Racial Justice and Healing at [email protected] for additional information.