Seeing people through God’s eyes means we can no longer accept injustice, prejudice, and bondage. Freedom of the poor to be treated with dignity in the church and in the world and freedom of all races to worship and live together are two of our five foundational freedoms we are focusing on in these upcoming justice-focused events.
Freedom Sunday 2021
The pandemic has shown us that we need justice in our world more than ever, and our churches are in the position to stand up for the vulnerable. Through Freedom Sunday, your church can make a difference. Giving will help keep girls in school, help homeless teens find hope, prevent human trafficking, and provide healing for survivors.
Register today and let us know that your community and church will be participating in Freedom Sunday. We will email you the Freedom Sunday kit for download. The kit includes bulletin inserts, suggested litany, music resources, scripture, talking points, and other service elements, multimedia resources, project information, and more! Click here to register!
2021 Justice Network Summit
We’ve seen issues of race and immigration come to the forefront this year. We as a conference want to be leading the conversations about these topics. Register today to attend the 2021 Justice Network Summit in Cleveland, Ohio, September 9-11. Keynote speakers include Superintendent Amelia Cleveland-Traylor, Rev. Dominique Gilliard and Bishop Linda Adams. The summit will include dynamic speakers, intentional worship, seasons of prayer, practical workshops, and timely panels that will address issues of race, immigration, and the multi-cultural church.