Sherwood Oaks Christian Church embraces the posture of Jesus and humbly come alongside those affected by racism while doing our part to facilitate a non-violent and constructive end to racism, which has no place in the Kingdom of God or His people.
We condemn police brutality and recognize that a few bad apples cast a shadow on the overwhelming majority of our law enforcement who take seriously their call to serve and protect.
As a church, we want to help facilitate the discussion of how all of us can be and do better, which must begin with listening and learning before speaking and teaching. If you want to join us, one place to start is by going to www.bethebridge.com.
Shawn's Sermon from June 7, 2020:
Jeremy Earle & Glenn Sampson Discuss Race (June 7, 2020)
Racial Reconciliation Workshop with Dr. Virginia Githiri
Parents, looking for a way to talk to your kids about racial reconciliation? Here is a recent email from Ben Geiger, our Director of Student Ministries.