We are hosting a series of panel discussions on issues of racial reconciliation.

Let’s Talk: Honest Conversations About Race

Topic #2:

“Then and Now: Why Are We Still Talking About Racism?”

Sunday, September 27 | 7:00 p.m.

The Loft Worship Center | Interactive Panel | Online and in-person


  • Mary Duffin, Chief Counsel for the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church and Co-Vice Chairperson of the System Board of Houston Methodist Hospital
  • Bishop Bob Hayes, Bishop-in-Residence for The Woodlands UMC
  • Rev. Jason Burnham, founding pastor of Covenant Methodist Church, The Woodlands

  • The panel will be looking at the history of racism in the church and the culture. We invite you to bring all of your questions, even the difficult ones, to the panel as we engage in honest conversations about racial reconciliation.

    In-person registration limited to 100. Masks and social distancing practiced.

    Find us online on all of our YouTube and Facebook channels.

    Register here

    Topic #1:

    “Why? Why not? The Role of the Church in the Conversation of Race and Reconciliation.”

    Sunday, August 30 | Interactive Panel

    Panelists: Bishop Hayes, Rev. Joy Johnston, Lo Alaman, Luann Riley

    Talking about race issues can be difficult for everyone. It can be challenging to find a place where we can ask honest and difficult questions. We are inviting you to bring your questions to our panel as we discuss why the church is a needed voice in this conversation.