This Lenten Season, St. Paul Church is deepening its understanding of social justice issues by studying systemic racism that takes place all around. Unfortunately, we don’t always see the injustices that happen around us, and as a result, we don’t know what ways we can best work towards social justice.
In an effort to become more aware of racism happening in our community, St. Paul is hosting a 5-part lecture series on the different aspects of racism in Louisville, our country, and the world.
This 5-part lectures series will be held on Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:00pm in Room 100. The series is open to everyone and no RSVP is needed.
March 14 – Rev. David Snardon – Housing and Community Development
Rev. David Snardon is the pastor of Joshua Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, community activist, and the head of the Concerned Pastors of Russell. He’ll discuss issues surrounding incarceration rates and the systems at work behind them.