MERCY, DO JUSTICE
PSWC focus area is centered on raising-up and equipping ambassadors
of reconciliation and laborers for Kingdom justice.
7, Christ's bride, made up of every tribe, nation, and tongue
rejoices together as one before God. Our challenge today as
the church, is to help establish God's kingdom here on earth
as it is in Heaven. And our mission to love God, love people
and to make disciples includes tackling issues of class, race,
power, privilege - all the things that keep us so separate.
Frankly, we need to stop assuming so many things about what
we know and what we think is reality. Instead, let us commit
ourselves, together as a mosaic of churches, to live into
God's vision for us, trusting in the transformative work of
the Gospel in people's lives within our communities.
A four day experiential bus trip from Northern California
to Southern California that pairs people up with somebody
of a different ethnic background. It unpacks portions of the
African-American, Asian-American, and Hispanic-American stories
in California through tours, films, and partner/large group
J2M Trip: July 29-Aug. 1, 2014
Cost $400. Qualifies for the SPE grant: Personal Learning
Experieinces (click here).
Registration fpr July 29-Aug.1 trip is now open. Limited number
of seats available, so register now to reserve your spot.
view brochure, click here.
inforamtion, contact Nelly Bothi at 925.677.2140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TO RACIAL RIGHTEOUSNESS:
The focus is on learning that leads to personal change in
the area of racial reconciliation and justice. Our hope is
that the Evangelical Covenant Church would become a truer
reflection of the Kingdom of Christ in all its beautiful diversity.
You may read more by clicking here.
MOSAIC- This three-day experience at Alpine Camp
(Blue Jay, CA) is for young adults to develop leadership skills
for advancing a multiethnic kingdom of God. For more info