#Post - Justice Conference
A series of learning events lined up to dive deeper into the questions raised at Justice Conference. Come and explore the questions and push towards your next steps.
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25th Oct; Share experiences of the Justice Conference followed by prayer as God leads.(Colleen Saunders)
3rd Nov; Community Health Outreach. As part of the Legacy Convention 2018, the CHO is an intentional effort to directly engage the broader community of Delft in a meaningful way. Though the CHO will focus on promoting good health it will also seek to provide basic food packs to families that are at the forefront of poverty as we know that health and nutrition are two sides of the same coin. The CHO at this year's convention is an attempt to encourage the church to present a Christ who is present and who cares for least of these in the community of Delft. (Luthando Tofu)
15th Nov; Taking the Justice Conference back into your church.Now that you've experienced the Justice Conference and the change it elicited what are the practical ways to sustain this dialogue and engagement within your local church over the next year. Come along to this interactive session with other church leaders to do some planning for how this can happen in your local congregations. (Luthando Tofu & Craig Stewart)
17th Nov; Learning from the city - a mobile classroom experience.Let the city be your classroom! We will spend a day together, using "the praxis cycle" as a lens to learn how to read the city we live in. During the day we will traverse our city, exploring urban fractures, learning from sites of struggle and people living out the message of Jesus in contested spaces. R150 per person (this will cover lunch and transport - please do not let this cost exclude you from attending. Please contact us if you need help covering it or if you would like to cover the cost of someone else's ticket).Places limited to 12 people - we will repeat the event if we have a high response rate. (Caroline Powell & Selena Headley)
20th Nov; Organising congregations for transformational advocacy. In the Anglican church one of the 5 marks of mission is transforming unjust structures of society, challenging violence of every kind and pursuing peace and reconciliation. This workshop will explore practical ways to mobilise and equip local congregations for this work. (Craig Stewart)
22nd Nov; Action, Contemplation and Imagination.Poetry, urban art and the Bible as resistance. An evening where we focus and explore together what an urban imagination could look like. Looking at practical steps to keep us sane for the journey. (Wayne Eaves & Thandi Gamedze
24th Nov; Church, land and Spatial Justice. How do churches engage in conversations about land and spatial justice in Cape Town? What are the next steps your church can take towards nurturing a theology of spatial justice and a practice of living it out with your community and the resources you have? (Caroline Powell & Ntando Mlambo)
29th Nov; Self care for activists. Exploring ways to grow communities of self-care, rhythms, habits and practices that will feed, nurture and restore us in the work of justice we do together. (Rev. Rene August)
1st Dec; Dwelling in Disequilibrium. A follow up to the popular session at the Justice Conference aimed at equipping individuals and groups with the capacity to live productively in the a space of disequilibrium. Come ready to explore uncomfortable spaces and dialogue. (Craig Stewart)
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