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A Christian Faith-Based Group of men with a vision for our community and church to be united through the love and life of Jesus Christ and to love and respect all human beings, regardless of race, nationality, or ethnic heritage reflecting the true body of Christ.  (1 Corinthians 12: 12-14, 16-21, 24-26)

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How We Got Here

We Are All Brothers in God’s Family. Regardless of any differences, we are Christian men committed to God’s purpose of creating racial unity through study, worship, fellowship, relationship, and understanding. We are committed to doing the work needed for Bridging The Gap!



  1. ​Complete 5 Small Group Discussion Sessions

  2. Agree to work toward Racial Harmony Through the Love of Jesus

  3. Donate at least $10.00 per year

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To create and foster opportunities where authentic relationships can organically develop through the Word of God, the Holy Spirit, multi-ethnic/multi-racial fellowship, and spiritual development opportunities that will facilitate and promote racial harmony within our church and our communities.

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Racism is an attack on the image of God because all people were created in the image of God (Gen. 5:1-3). Racism is a sin and rejects what God has done by refusing to acknowledge the image of God in all people and totally violates the commandment of Love that was given to us by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Therefore, the Church, as the body of Christ, should be a beacon of light for racial harmony and set the example for the world to follow. We are all united together with God—united through the blood of Jesus.

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  • Acceptance—we accept everyone regardless of race, nationality, or ethnic heritage.

  • Togetherness/Fellowship—gather for worship, bible study, small group discussion, outreach, and social activities

  • Hospitality—being hospitable to our fellow Christian brothers and sisters in our Homes, Churches, and Communities.  Romans 12:13.

  • Encouragement—We can encourage and support each other, as well as hold each other accountable when necessary. Transformation of the heart.  Psalm 139:23-24.

  • Service—Outreach to the community and each other. (visiting the sick, feeding hungry, etc)

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