As many of you know, this past Friday, August 7, was the final day of operation of our Childcare for the foreseeable future. We cannot predict the length of our shutdown. However, the pandemic conditions that prompted the shutdown will have to improve significantly before we can realistically consider re-opening.
Join our city's effort to address racial equity.
An Updated Statement concerning Church Activities
As we celebrate independence, we must also fight for it.
Racial healing will not begin without an honest appraisal of our past
Many white people would like to help and support movements for equality and justice for our black and brown siblings. Especially in the midst of a global pandemic, we all may not be able to march in protests. Some of us may have little extra money to spare. However, there are ways that we can all offer support, from educating ourselves on systemic racism to having tough conversations. Guilt will do very little for our neighbors, and sometimes trying to figure out the "best" thing to do can lead to inaction. Here are a few ideas that we've compiled from various places, along with links to other resources for people who want to support.
Statement from the Black Faith Leader March
Let us celebrate the graduates of Central Baptist Church.
A reporting from the Black Lives Matter rallies in Lexington
June 23 is the Primary Election Day in Kentucky. Find out how to vote this year.