The title of the service is borrowed from a workshop I attended at Summer Institute in July. With racial tension high in our society, I use this service to reflect on my own whiteness and what it looks like for me to confront racial injustice. Why would I even want to do so as a white person? Because my world is diminished by the pervasive racism in our society, even as a member of the privileged class. People of all racial identities are welcome at this service.
*Andrew Frantz is a long-time member of OUUF and is now a full-time Master of Divinity student at Meadville Lombard Theological Seminary.