THE CITY COLLECTIVE HOST A SCREENING OF THE NEW MOVIE HARRIET
Harriet is a biopic of the story of Harriet Tubman and her initiatives to bring freedom to slaves. November 1, 2019 at Regal McArthur Center, Norfolk, Va. Check In is at 6:30 pm with movie showing at 7 pm. This screening is designed for pastors/spouses, staff teams and strategic church leaders in local churches in Hampton Roads. Sign up here.
The Hampton Roads City Collective is a network of churches and community leaders who educate, engage, and empower on racial reconciliation. We desire to use this movie to create conversation surrounding issues of race and equality. The free movie is leading up to an event on November 24 at 6:30 PM where we will commemorate the 400 year anniversary of the first African Slaves that arrived in America. This will be held at CrossRoads Church (1127 Surrey Crescent Norfolk, VA). The Collective hopes to see the church be leaders in the conversation on racial reconciliation.
The Hampton Roads City Collective is a network of churches and community leaders who educate, engage, and empower on racial reconciliation.
Kevin and Nigel started City Collective the summer Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and the 5 Dallas officers were all murdered in the same week. Unfortunately, this was a week where "everyone" cared about the effects of racial division in our country. Kevin and Nigel had a candid dialogue from the stage in place of a sermon, and saw people genuinely yearning for reconciliation in our own church. We reached out to other pastors to find out what they were doing, and there was a general consensus that church leaders needed space to discuss and process these things together. We met a few days later with over 30 leaders and never stopped. The City Collective was born.
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