9:00 am — 4:30 pm
Hybrid: Attend In-Person (Faith, Cedarburg) or Zoom
N35w6621 Wilson St

Cedarburg, 53012 United States
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Learning & Telling the Story: Deconstructing Racism
A Workshop for Congregation Teams and Individuals

North Conference Congregations ONLY

October 1 and 2, 2021

Hybrid: Attend In-Person (Faith, Cedarburg) or Zoom

Facilitated by Rev. Marilyn Miller and Dr. Joyce Caldwell

Important Information

Participation for this training is limited to North Conference Congregations. Other interested participants are encouraged to sign up for our synod-wide session in November (linked here).

Friday, October 1, 2021 –  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday, October 2, 2021 –  9:00 am – 4:30 pm

For those joining the event in-person, lunch will be provided on October 2.

Registration Fee: $65 includes materials
Scholarship assistance available upon request (fee does not cover the entire cost)

Participation in the entire training is required

This workshop is designed for congregation teams and individuals who want to deepen their understanding of racism and the part we all play in upholding and maintaining the system. The workshop will be grounded in the stories of participants, stories of the Bible, and stories of history. We will examine the construction and meaning of racism, provide tools to understand our own place within systems of oppression, and identify steps and opportunities to grow in both understanding and action.


To receive more details or if you have questions, please contact either of the facilitators:
• Rev. Marilyn Miller; 414-617-4907 (cell); marilyn.millerm3@att.net
• Joyce Caldwell, Ph.D.; 414-333-3756 (cell); jacaldwell@wi.rr.com

This event is limited to 23 participants. Register as soon as possible to participate. A waiting list will open when this registration is full.



October 2, 2021
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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