Actually, more like 97%. The vast majority of our church members are of German/Scandinavian descent, so, naturally, most are white. But there are still black members. My husband has guest-preached at two churches that are predominantly black.
And we have no "plans" about critical race theory, whatever you mean by that, except to condemn it. It is addressed in a newsletter here:
Read about Title IX religious exemptions for colleges, critical race theory, abortion lawsuits, and more. (The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. LCMS.)
You will need to click "Read Newsletter" as I cannot cut and paste the link from this pdf file. But there is an article about CTR at the bottom of the page, where it is called a "destructive ideology," if I remember right, and how to deal with it in a Christ-centered manner.
But you may also find the following interesting, about a black woman, Rosa Young, and how my church helped to support her school and enable it to grow, in rural Alabama, in the early 1900's.
Teacher, Confessor, Church Planter. The story of Rosa Young, the first Rosa, is set to be told in a new documentary produced by The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod.
Here is much more about her:
Known as the "mother of Black Lutheranism in central Alabama" and a strong advocate of education for rural children, Rosa Young (1890-1971) was instrumental in founding and promoting the development of Lutheran schools and congregations in Alabama's Black Belt. Rosa J. YoungRosa Jinsey Young...
Our church has the largest church schools of K-12 grade of any Protestant church in the country, and they were integrated before public schools were.
So--why in the world would you think we want to KEEP our churches white?