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Seek Justice: 2018 Missions Month

Seeing and Responding to God's Call

God uses regular people – each of us – infused with gospel grace, to bring hope and healing. As we grasp the extent of this world’s brokenness and tune our hearts to God’s heartbeat, the outcome can have a ripple effect outward, like an ever-flowing stream. Join us this Missions Month to tune our hearts and continue the work of justice that rolls down.

Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.
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  • Seek Justice

    God is just, so we are called to be just. Senior Pastor James Forsyth will look at the Biblical call to justice and how it can impact our everyday lives.

  • Justice for the Poor is Possible

    International Justice Mission seeks to fight oppressive violence around the world. Philip Langford, IJM VP of International Partner Engagement, will speak on why and how IJM addresses these injustices in all corners of the earth. *Cooper MS Cafe*

  • Walk Humbly

    On MLK Day weekend, Rev. Carl Ellis, seminary professor and author, will help us explore a biblical perspective on justice and minorities.

  • Intersection of Identity, Human Rights and Theology

    Speaker and writer Karen Ellis will lead a discussion on the intersection of identity, human rights and theology. *Cooper MS Cafe*

  • Sunday Supper: The Minority Experience in NoVa

    Join us for fellowship and a panel discussion with Carl & Karen Ellis on the experience of being a minority in the Metro NoVa area. *Fellowship Hall*

  • Service Day

    We’re honoring the legacy of MLK, Jr. by hosting a morning of service, packing food for those in crisis. All ages can participate as we bag dry meals together in a spirit of generosity and joy. Childcare is provided for ages 0 – 3 years. *Sanctuary & Fellowship Hall*

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  • “Justice for the Vulnerable” Ministry Fair

    Connect with our call to live out grace by learning about and talking with local organizations who serve some of the most vulnerable populations in our area. A Panel Discussion on the basics of foster care and adoption will occur at 10am, and information will be available all morning. *Fellowship Hall*

    View the Full List of Organizations
  • Love Mercy

    Rev. Aaron Graham of the District Church in D.C. will preach on “Justice for the Vulnerable” – orphans, special needs individuals, the elderly, and the unborn – as we observe Sanctity of Life Sunday.

  • Built to Belong

    Join our Director of Care Ministries, Carolyn Sinclair, and Chelsea Geyer of DC127 to hear about what it looks like for justice to roll down for innocent children who’ve experienced the trauma of foster care. *Cooper MS Cafe*

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