The Open Door Committee exists to promote interaction communication and understanding among members of our congregation and the local African-American community and to build bridges across racial lines through working together, sharing interests and ideas, and socializing.
We provide a vehicle for social activism through community involvement and participation.
Our major event occurs on the Saturday before the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday.
We host a large community reception as part of the local Dr. King Day Poetry and Essay Contest.
If you would like to know more about the Open Door Committee, please contact Caryl Hughan.