Responding to Injustice in Community

  • Stamford Sheraton Hotel 700 East Main Street Stamford, CT, 06901 United States

God has given us the ministry of reconciliation; but what does that look like today? But what does that look like after a police shooting of another unarmed citizen? What does that look like when dogs attack peaceful protestors? Or when our political process is so polarized? 

Living a life of reconciliation looks like the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. He makes it possible for us to be reconciled to God, to one another, to ourselves and the planet. Join 75+ students and leaders led by Jonathan Walton, to study scripture and respond actively to seek racial justice and reconciliation and press into the tension with the victory of Jesus at the center.

Immediately afterwards, there will be a lunch and invitation to co-create a network of "Covenant Communities" that actively practice the ministry of reconciliation around the country through the LoGOFF Movement.  This conversation is for NYCUP Alumni, donors, partners and potential Covenant Community leaders to design a Covenant that will guide small groups of individuals to actively engage in seeking shalom and justice with Christ as the center in rural, urban, suburban and international contexts. 

*Travel: There is a train public transportation to and from this location. If you need transportation assistance, please email nycurbanproject@gmail.com

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