Mercy and Justice 3-Part Webinar Series


Micah 6:8 calls us to be people of mercy and justice. This fall, join World Renew for a 3-part webinar series as we explore the themes of mercy and justice and provide practical tools to help you and your congregations to use our whole selves as we learn, care and act. Starting mid-September, the online event will run Thursdays from 7 to 8 p.m. Eastern.

September 16 - Creation Care with Guest, Cameron Kritikos, Climate Witness Project

September 23 - Immigration with Guest: Melissa Stek, Interfaith Immigration Coalition

September 30 - Poverty/Inequality with Guest: Dr. Mark Mulder, Sociology Professor and Department Chair, Calvin University

Register HERE: Mercy and Justice webinar registration

Our September 16 webinar on Creation Care will feature Cameron Kritikos, a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Environmental Management candidate at Yale University. Cameron currently works with the Climate Witness Project and connects communities of faith in the U.S. and Canada to opportunities to address climate change. He received his Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies from Calvin University in 2017, and concurrently studied at Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

As a follower of Jesus who is committed to a life of caring for creation, mercy and justice starts with thinking about our environment and its impact on ourselves, the people who live around us and our global neighbors. Come and learn how caring for creation has transformed entire communities and discover more about what you can do at a personal level, at a church level, and at a systemic level to become part of those transformation stories.

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