Student Congress on Racial Reconciliation
Keynote Speaker: Judy Peterson
February 21-22, 2014 — Biola University
Read a recap of SCORR 2014 here!
What is SCORR?
SCORR is a national two-day conference during which students, staff, and faculty from various Christian colleges and universities join together to celebrate and learn of the diversity within the body of Christ.
Conference attendees will engage in dialogue and instruction that seeks transformational growth, resulting in the building of God’s Kingdom on earth.
Some photos used in the slideshow were taken by Grant Walter, Emily Arnold, and Rachels Adams, courtesy of The Chimes.
Special Film Screening:
Biola University looks forward to welcoming the following colleges to SCORR Conference:
Moody Bible Institute, Illinois
University of Northwestern, Minnesota
Seattle Pacific University, Washington
Westmont College, California
Bethel College, Indiana
George Fox University, Oregon
Goshen College, Indiana
Bethel University, Minnesota
Wheaton College, Illinois
Simpson University, California
Azusa Pacific University, California
Samford University, Alabama
Vanguard University, California
Fresno Pacific University, California
Concordia University, California
"SCORR is an excellent opportunity for students, staff and faculty to be encouraged and challenged in our efforts to promote ethnic unity in the body of Christ. The SCORR team is very intentional and thoughtful about the mix of content (speakers, art, worship, workshops, etc.) that go into each conference. I appreciate how the conference creates an atmosphere where we can discuss the difficult and complex issues of ethnic relations in a gracious, biblical, and fun way."
- Chad Brennan
President, ReNew Partnerships, Ohio
"I have been taking students to SCORR for the past three years and each year the momentum and anticipation increases. SCORR provides the opportunity for our students to get off campus and learn with other students at one of the best run conferences I have ever attended. We hope to bring our largest group ever to SCORR 2014!"
- Ed Barron
Executive Director, Student Center for Reconciliation & Diversity, Azusa Pacific University
For more on the history and vision behind SCORR Conference, visit the main SCORR website.