The CRC Office of Social Justice has worship materials to help your church honor Sanctity of Human Life Sunday on January 17, 2021.
Office of Social Justice
The Office of Social Justice works with congregations and individuals to develop a deeper understanding of and response to God's call to let justice flow like a river in both our personal and communal lives, as well as in the structures of our societies. When we talk about social justice, we mean God's original intention for human society: a world where basic needs are met, people flourish, and peace (shalom) reigns. God calls us, the church, to participate in the renewal of society so that all—especially the weak and vulnerable—can enjoy God's good gifts.
- Creation Care and Climate Action
- Religious Persecution
- Restorative Justice
- Poverty and Hunger
- Middle East Peace
- Indigenous Justice
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The Office of Social Justice is excited to share the launch of the Do Justice podcast! Be sure to subscribe today for conversations on justice with fantastic guests.
Do you know your family’s immigration story? With all this time at home in the COVID-19 crisis, find out what yours is, record it in an interview, and your story could be added to the "Immigration Is Our Story" series!
Join the Office of Social Justice in prayer and care for the vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A prayer for churches to use in response to the killing of well-known military commander in Iran, which has significantly increased tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
January 19 is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, and the CRC Office of Social Justice has created bulletin inserts for your church to honor the day.
Climate change has been in the news a lot recently. This lecture series is intended to address questions about what this means for you and your church community.
The Office of Social Justice offers an Advent Devotional series every year. You can learn more here: http://justice.crcna.org/advent-devotionals
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Hi Ken, that quote was in the original article, as submitted to Do Justice by the author. The OSJ has been advocating for comprehensive immigration reform in the U.S. for years, which includes...posted on: We Choose Love Over Fear