We have a dream…

That pastors of the Twin Cities would pursue racial harmony by exploring in depth our troubled past so we can move forward and fulfill our calling to oneness as the Body of Christ. This intentionally multi-ethnic, experiential, and spiritual journey will take us to important places and moments in the Civil Rights movement where together we’ll mourn, learn, understand, repent, pray, and find hope to build bridges and stand in the gap as peacemakers. Together we can be the voices that promote healing and harmony in our fractured churches, cities and nation.



Looking Back at Sankofa 2018 

Read a 2018 Sankofa journey recap
Read 6 Pastors’ Journey Reflections 

Our second Sankofa journey took 28 Twin Cities multi-ethnic pastors to learn about civil rights and racial reconciliation the first week of May. It was an exhausting yet rewarding journey together, travelling through the South, visiting important sites of the Civil Rights era. As we grappled with past and present realities of racism, each stop forced us to bear witness to our country’s tragic history of racial terrorism. This powerful journey forever changed us, humbled us, grieved us, yet left us grateful and hopeful in the unity of the body of Christ.

Looking Back at Sankofa 2017

Read a 2017 Sankofa journey recap
Read 6 Pastors’ Journey Reflections 

 Inspired, Hopeful, and Looking Forward. The Inaugural Sankofa Journey to Harmony