This collection of prayers, liturgies, kids activities, and devotions are great additions to church services or your own reflections on justice.
Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue
The Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue is a Christian Reformed ministry of conversation, learning, and action on God's call to justice and peace.
It's our goal to present a positive voice of faith in Canadian public life, and to live out the links of justice, hope, and reconciliation in advocacy and citizenship.
Are you talking about refugee justice with kids at church or at home? Here are a few ideas from the Canadian context to get you started.
Wondering where to get started planning for Justice and Hope Sunday? We have gathered litanies, prayers, songs, and sermon resources below!
This report addresses the improvements in the refugee resettlement process in the past three years, and the areas for continued improvement and advocacy.
In addition to great resources and worship ideas, we have included video interviews with experts who describe what the situation is for refugees because of COVID-19.
These materials provide a description of the work of the Center for Public Dialogue. Add them to any projection or PowerPoint to raise awareness or hold an offering for this ministry.
Contacting elected officials may be daunting, but sharing your well-informed opinion can make a real difference on the justice issues that you care about, and can bring about long-term changes to unjust systems.
While sexual exploitation of youth has been an ongoing issue for generations, there has been growing concern and need for better understanding in recent years. Check out this excellent resource.
God cares deeply about marginalized people and expects his people to do the same. This post includes a Bible study guide on Judges 19.
Welcoming refugee claimants at Canada’s borders is a faithful response to our Christian calling to love our neighbours from all around the world. Cut through the political spin and learn the facts about refugees and immigrants in Canada.
Yes - thanks for bringing this to our attention! We'll let you know when it's updated.posted on: Indigenous Justice For Kids!
Woohoo! We love a contest! :)posted on: The Network Turns 10! Two Giveaways
I'm not sure if this will still be helpful to you but the Live Just.ly series has some foundational information on justice.posted on: Small Group Video Series on Social Class?
We'd recommend Live Just.ly or Living the 8th Fire as two good video series! Hopefully these may get some discussion started.posted on: Short Videos for Men's Group?
Oops, thanks for catching that, Anna!
Thanks Bea, that's helpful advice.