Contributions can be mailed here:

Tennessee West Kentucky (TWK)
PO Box 440132
Nashville, TN  37244-0132

Attn: Designated for ARC/Signpost:

The memo line should read: ARC / Signposts


We’re dedicated to not just continuing but also broadening the scope of our essential mission in anti-racism and building the Beloved Community.

Our aim is to initiate 30-50 new Signposts groups in the upcoming 3-5 years and to offer immersion experiences that narrate the enduring fight for human rights.

Kindly consider supporting Signposts with a financial gift.

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Thoughts From Our Participants 

“The Signposts experience bonded us as a Cabinet team. We were strengthened in our commitment to pursue and uphold the beloved community of God as a way of serving together.  This has a profound impact on our decision-making as we routinely ask, “Is this decision living into the beloved community God is creating on earth?” ”

Vona Wilson

“I witnessed the Signposts curriculum empower positional leaders to go deeper in their personal discipleship journey through exploring anti-racism. The accountability of the curriculum and design of the small group fostered an environment of grace and expectation. I experienced personal growth in a group where this has not been accomplished in the past and it was due to vulnerability that Signposts fostered. I have now witnessed direct results in different decision-making because of the leaders’ experience and growth through Signposts.”

Melinda Britt

“The district lead team with whom I work take the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) each year to help us understand where we are as a team, especially since we welcome new team members on a regular basis. This year the IDI was administered after the Cabinet completed Signposts, and my scores showed significant changes that I attribute to the work we did through Signposts. I have also found myself more uncomfortable in society because of the discussions, readings, and internal work accomplished during Signposts – thank you!”

Pat Freudenthal

“Signpost is an amazing, abundant, grace-filled ministry of justice and reconciliation that searches the deep things of the heart of which no one is immune.
It explores the hidden and the subtle; the obvious and blatant for introspection and discernment to see love, grace, and forgiveness through the eyes of Jesus. Signpost is a blessing.”

Cynthia Davis

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