Racial Justice Sunday
Racial Justice Sunday is for all churches to reflect on the importance of racial justice, to give thanks for the gifts and beauty of human diversity, and to commit to end racism and acts of discrimination. It is, however, more than an annual reminder of the Church’s commitment to the task of anti-racism. In the words of Richard Reddie from Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, this Sunday represents “a call for Christians to engage in the righteous struggle for racial justice because racial justice is everyone’s business
How it works
On the 12th of February 2023 at 6:30PM, we invite everyone who can to join us to come along to the service at St Peter’s Brighton. At the service, led by Bishop Will, we will acknowledge the pain of the victims of racism and pray for them. This is an opportunity to celebrate diversity and to show our solidarity with minority ethnic groups and individuals at worship.
Guest speaker is Dr Leroy Logan MBE.