Nominations for the Race, Church and Change Award

The Race, Church and Change Award

The Race, Church and Change Award recognizes leaders and communities who have significantly impacted society through ministries of racial justice and reconciliation. Luther Seminary annually presents the award to individuals who have heroically served in their community with the hope that such recognition will inspire others to similar ministry to improve the world around them.

Criteria for Nomination

Who should be nominated for the Race, Church and Change Award? What are the criteria for selecting the honoree?

  • Someone who has carried out significant service of reconciliation among diverse people.

  • Someone who has demonstrated commitment to constructive change that heals the community in which they live and work.

  • Someone who is committed to ministry within the context of a congregation.

  • Someone who would be a good role model for seminary students.

  • Someone who has been "unsung" in their faithfulness to a ministry of reconciliation.

Would you like to submit a nomination?

To nominate an individual or ministry, fill out the form below and submit it via the web by Nov. 1, 2014:

 

Race, Church, and Change Award Nomination
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Please provide a description of this person's story, ministry and why you think he or she would make a worthy recipient of the Race, Church & Change Award. Please include parishes or areas of service where the person has been a leader in racial justice and reconciliation. We particularly appreciate examples or stories which inform his/her identity as a person who advocates for systemic dismantling of institutional racism.
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