At TEAR we recognise that in order to see a just and compassionate world we need to work together, using our voices, skills, time and energy to shift power, speak out and transform the systems and structures which hurt, oppress and marginalise individuals and communities.
Come and join us on Saturday 10 August for Doing Justice Together, and learn how you can lead and engage others to do justice together in your local faith community. You'll be challenged, inspired and equipped with practical skills to challenge poverty and injustice in creative and courageous ways.
Together we will:
- Gather threads of the Biblical story of justice and why we're called to fight poverty
- Reflect on collective action and why we're called to work together as a body
- Explore our own story and our contribution and ask, what is our unique calling?
- Learn and practice skills for movement building, including a relational meetings as a tool for community organising and context mapping.
Morning tea and lunch will be provided.