Diversity and Inclusiveness


Efforts to make The United Methodist Church and its congregations more diverse -- more reflective of our nations. While the welcomes may be genuine, truly including all people and giving them voice may be more complex. Whether the diversity is based on ethnicity, age, gender, marital status, differing abilities or other factors, there are ways to be certain that all are included.
Courtesy General Commission on Religion and Race


GCORR Real Talk

Community and faith leaders discuss race, culture, and faith to uncover the disparities of race, ethnicity, age, and socioeconomic status. While flattening the curve, we must work to close the widening gaps between whites and people of color, the rich and the poor, and other communities experiencing the imbalance in access to resources, opportunity and agency.

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Ethnic Ministries

25 ways to affirm diversity

Find insightful ideas for promoting a culture of acceptance and justice in your church.

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Race Relations

Cross Cultural and Multiethnic Ministry