JUST LOVE is a Lenten Series that explores social justice issues and challenges participants to live in faith, act with courage, and work for justice so that all may have an abundant life.
Sundays, starting February 21 through March 28; 5:30-6:45 p.m., via Zoom.
- Japanese Internment (Concentration) Camps and Generational Trauma: How we must not allow history to repeat itself again: presented by Japanese American leaders and Simpson UMC. February 21 & February 28.
- Human trafficking: Kara Napolitano, Research and Training Manager, Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking, Denver, CO. March 7.
- Restorative Justice: Catherine Gunderson, Center for Restorative Youth Justice, Kalispell, MT discusses this growing approach within the criminal justice system. March 14.
- Push Out - Criminalization of Black Girls in School: A 2021 Mission U presentation by ELCA Rev. Melanie Martin-Dent. March 21.
- Immigration “Shoebox Stories” presented by Motus Theater, a unique “story-holding” project, where people stand in another person’s shoes by reading aloud their story, saying their words and feeling the weight they carry. Bishop Karen Oliveto and Superintendent Jeff Rainwater will read Cristian Solano-Córdova’s story. March 28.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Presented by Mountain Sky Conference / Community Engagement / Mission Team