FaithJustice Forum
Spring 2017 - Religion and Social Justice
The FaithJustice Forum offers the opportunity to explore how faith impacts the important social justice issues of our time. The forum begins with certain assumptions: 1) that people of faith add important moral perspectives to our national public discourse, 2) that discipleship includes teaching and learning about Christian social ethics and the role of faith in society, and 3) that people of faith are called to speak and take action in ways that do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. We invite those with diverse opinions and perspectives who are committed to dialogue, not mere debate, to active listening, not cross-talk.

Homelessness and Affordable Housing
Sunday, March 5 as 12:30pm; Hughes Hall
Learn more about the social justice issues related to homelessness and affordable housing and efforts to combat these challenges though 100,000 Homes, one of our Lenten Missions Projects.
Speakers:
Cyndi Jones, AUMC Hypothermia Coordinator
Alisha Matlock from FACETS
Ruby Ledbetter a formerly homeless FACETS participants.
Light lunch provided. Kindly RSVP by March 1
Child care available with registration.

Save the Date
FaithJustice Forum: Immigration Reform
Sunday, May 7 at 12:30pm

Contact Rev. Cynthia Johnson-Oliver at cjohnsonoliver@annandale-umc.org for more information.

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Previous Forums: Religion and American Democracy series
Sept 25 - Religion, Race, and Election 2016
Religion, Race, and Election 2016
Recommended Reading: The End of White Christian America by Robert P. Jones
If you missed our first forum, watch the video presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpMjlLbfWUM.
Oct 30 - Religious Freedom and the Limits of Democracy
Religious Freedom and the Limits of Democracy
Presenter: Professor Ilya Somin, George Mason University Law School.

Recommended Reading:
Democracy and Political Ignorance by Ilya Somin
"Political Ignorance Haunts 2016 Campaign" at http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/12/opinions/political-ignorance-somin/

Nov 20 - Is Unity Possible? Postmortem on Election 2016
Is Unity Possible? Postmortem on Election 2016
Recommended Reading: Roadmap to Reconciliation by Brenda Salter McNeil.
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