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A Call to Prayer for the Community of Ferguson


CCT encourages all Christians to pray for racial healing and reconciliation in our country, especially in the area of Saint Louis, MO.  In the next two weeks, a Grand Jury will make public their decision about the death of Michael Brown. We pray for the peace of the community of Ferguson.

As we invite the Church to pray, we also recognize the need to address issues of racial and economic justice in that community and across our country. In CCT’s response to Dr. MLK Letter from Birmingham Jail we said:

“The tendency to focus on symptoms rather than causes persists in our day. There is a danger of naively believing that the systemic causes of poverty among African Americans and other disadvantaged groups either never existed or have already been dealt with, and that current social problems may thus be attributed primarily to the choices of individuals. Without diminishing the importance of personal responsibility, we dare not negate or neglect the persistent systemic factors embedded in our laws, economic structures and popular culture that reinforce deep-seated racial disparities.”

We invite you to read CCT’s Response to Dr. MLK Letter from Birmingham Jail: Click HERE



CCT Principles on Mass Incarceration

Read Here


Christian Churches Together Response to Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail  Click Here
Biblical Study Guide for Small Groups Based on CCT Response Letter  Click Here
Denominational Responses to Ferguson Crisis  Click Here


 “Mass Incarceration,” War, and the Great World House;
article by Asante Todd  Click HERE

“The primary reason black and Latinos do not receive equal protection is because we’re seen as inherently delinquent…” Asante Todd


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