Soul 2 Soul Sisters is led by the Rev. Tawana Davis and the Rev. Dawn Duval, two black women who have dedicated their lives to interfaith work, engaging groups of Black interfaith people in healing self-liberation work, as well as cohorts of white interfaith participants in anti-racism work. Through this synchronous racial justice approach, Soul 2 Soul promotes holistic processes of self and communal health toward engaging in authentic inter-racial discourse and egalitarian relationship-building. Ultimately, Soul 2 Soul's aim is for people of all racial/ethnic backgrounds to work together to dismantle entrenched racism and develop healthy, just and liberative communities.
We received a strong and very enthusiastic recommendation for Soul 2 Soul from the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. There is important interfaith and social justice work being done there.
As we at Christ Church work toward the full realization of our mission "to embrace and embody God's love for all", this is an important step to take together - because we love one another and want to grow in faith and practice. We hope this shared experience will begin an important and transformative journey in all of us.
We look forward to welcoming the Rev. Davis and Rev. Duval on April 15th to work with the adults after the 10am service. Please plan to stay for 90 minutes to 2 hours (we'll serve lunch).