June 7, 2020 // Worship Service // College Ave Baptist Church

Last week, our pastor wrote: “My personal racial wounds have been ripped wide-open as I wonder, ‘Has anything changed since I was a little boy growing up in St. Louis? Have we made any progress since Rodney King in LA?”…

June 7, 2020 // Worship Service // College Ave Baptist Church

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Last week, our pastor wrote: “My personal racial wounds have been ripped wide-open as I wonder, ‘Has anything changed since I was a little boy growing up in St. Louis? Have we made any progress since Rodney King in LA?” Pastor Carlton Harris will be having a conversation with us on Sunday where he shares God’s Truth, some of his personal truth, and answers the question, “How can we bring people together across the divide?”

After the message, Pastor Carlton will lead us in communion. Gather some bread or a cracker, and juice or wine so that you can participate.

We encourage you to watch this service on Facebook Live this Sunday at 10:30 AM (PDT) because based on scripture, we believe that communion is meant to be something that Christ-followers do TOGETHER.

LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SERVICE >>

New to College Ave? Text “Hello” (minus the quotation marks) to (619) 350-0809 so we can stay in touch and connect with you — or fill out our online connection card // https://cabc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/362/responses/new

Join an Online Group // https://cabc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/346/responses/new

Sermon re:collect questions // https://www.cabc.org/dl.cfm?folder=files/recollect/&file=rc200607_how_long_o_lord_re-collect_questions.pdf&assetLocation=remote

To give online // CABC.org/GIVE (Checks can also be mailed to the church.)

[College Avenue Baptist Church, 4747 College Avenue, San Diego, California 92115 // CABC.org // @CollegeAveSD]

MEDIA CREDITS [because these folks and their work are important] >>
* Grandma Invite Video licensed by Outreach
* Rodney King footage originally from CBS News
* Photo of Ahmed Arbery provided by Beaumont Enterprise
* Photo of George Floyd provided by Star Tribune
* Photos of Terence Floyd, copyright Notice, Sight Magazine, and Getty Images
* Archive footage of state force against African Americans from Segregation at All Costs: Bull Connor and the Civil Rights Movement, a documentary by Eamon Ronan
* Amy Cooper footage from The Associated Press
* Photo of George Floyd protestors from Fibonacci Blue
* Photo of SEBEWAING water tower from tuscolatoday.com
* Photo of Michigan Sugar Company from tuscolatoday.com
* Militia photo from WKYZ Detroit
* Black America Since MLK And Still I Rise photo copyright PBS
* Freedom Riders photo copyright PBS Educational Media
* Klansville U.S.A. photo copyright WGBH Educational Foundation
* Harriet Image copyright Focus Features
* Loving Image copyright Focus Features
* Selma Image copyright Warner Bros.
* Image from Just Mercy copyright Warner Bros.
* The Color of Compromise Image copyright HarperCollins Publishing
* Photo of Santee Klansman credit Tiam Tellez
* All B-Roll for music videos provided and licensed by WorshipHouse Media and Videvo
* Intro music provided by Dan Stevers, licensed by WorshipHouse Media
* Conclusion music: “Inspire” by bensound

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