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Racism and the Church


Jun 10, 2020 12:47 PM

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Michael Worsley
Elder @New Testament Christian Fellowship, Manchester
Originally from OH, Michael now owns his own business in Manchester and serves as a pastoral elder at New Testament Christian Fellowship in downtown Manchester. He has developed his own diversity training curriculum for use in business and government settings, and is eager to share his message on how the gospel can heal wounds of racial division.
John Rivera
Lead Pastor @Hope Tabernacle
First raised in Christian leadership through the Brooklyn Tabernacle affiliate Christ Tabernacle in Queens, NY, John & Evelyn then moved to Manchester in 2009 to plant Hope Tabernacle. Since then, they have led a thriving ministry in the heart of Manchester that addresses so many of the city's pain points with the love & power of Jesus. John and Evelyn have a front seat to how race plays a role in the city's culture and how the gospel addresses issues of race.
Isaiah Martin
Merrimack Valley Area Director @InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Isaiah moved to NH in 2008 from New Jersey to attend UNH and play football as an offensive lineman. With his wife Sophie, he currently lives in Nashua and attends Gate City Church, and they will be moving to Manchester by the end of the month. He serves InterVarsity Christian Fellowship as the Area Director for the Merrimack Valley, having been in that Area for the last 7 years. As someone who came to faith in Jesus during his college years, ministry to college students holds a special place in Isaiah's heart. And students are no strangers to conversations about race.