Our commitment is to develop a inter-cultural conversation, to foster deeper relationships that will create a Kingdom-focused culture that embraces biblical ways of viewing God culturally and contextually.
It is our goal to educate and broaden people’s understanding of the challenges faced by people of color historically and currently in American society and abroad. Learn to help bridge cultural divisions that prevent us from achieving the Great Commission.
KCC loves to celebrate the contributions of different people groups and cultures. We emphasize the positive influence of different ethnic groups through worship, music, art, language and cuisine.
We are making Him known in diverse cultural settings where people may not look, live, think or believe just like us. This means more than just doing, it includes listening, learning and building long term intentional relationships.
A Multi-ethnic Community Group will build and foster deeper relationships while you experience different racial cultures. This ultimately increases cultural awareness and bridges cultural gaps.
Divided by Faith,
by Michael O. Emerson
by David A. Livermore
The New Jim Crow,
by Michelle Alexander
So You Want to Talk About Race,
by Ijeoma Oluo
The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race,
by Willie James Jennings
Our commitment is to develop a cross-cultural conversation, to foster deeper relationships that will create a Kingdom-focused third culture that embraces biblical ways of viewing God culturally and contextually.
In building and fostering deeper relationships, we encourage people to join a mosaic community group that involves 6-12 people from different racial cultures. These groups create a nurturing and mutually engaging experience that increases cultural awareness, bridges cultural gaps and promotes spiritual growth. Groups can meet in person, online or in a hybrid format.
Many churches and Christians generally support multiethnic ministry in theory or in principle, but struggle to
...understand why it is so challenging to actually build authentic and lasting relationships. KCC wants to educate and broaden people's understanding of challenges faced by people of color historically and currently in American society and abroad. We also seek to bridge cultural divisions that prevent us from achieving the Great Commission as a community of faith.