If you missed it the first time, we’re pleased to repeat a video study on the book by Jemar Tisby, The Color of Compromise. The study explores the history of the American church’s role in the oppression of Black people and ends by calling us to anti-racist work. Each week, the class will view a video (the series is on Amazon Prime) and then discuss the video’s content. There is room for up to 30 people in the Coffee Café to participate, and others of you can participate through a live Zoom feed that we hope will make it easy to interact with those who are at the church. We’ll accept the first 30 people who want to participate in person, and we’re asking everyone to register for the class-whether you want to attend in person or receive the Zoom link-by filling out the simple form at this link: https://form.jotform.com/201673889150158. The study run 8 weeks beginning September 22 at 7pm, ending before 8:15pm. Those who are over 65 or have other risk factors for COVID-19 are encouraged to choose the Zoom option. If you come to the event in person, we’ll be properly distancing from one another and wearing appropriate face coverings. Brian Coughlin will lead the group with assistance from a few others. All are welcome.