Looking at the lives of the journalist and activist Dorothy Day, and ‘runaway nun and renegade priest’, Katharina and Martin Luther, we’ll explore what it takes to become a people who make a lasting impact in society, in line with God’s priorities.
Social justice language is everywhere, but what constitutes a specifically biblical approach to changing society? We consider a biblical and relational framework for social reform, and examine its application in the area of families.
In a three-part workshop, you will have space to clarify your own sense of calling as you ask, What’s in my hand? and What lies before me? You will then learn how to develop a strategy for your first steps or initiative. Finally, you will explore how to invest in lasting social transformation using the Communities of Reform framework.
Speakers will include Jubilee Centre staff and expert guest lecturers. Final speaker schedule will be announced at a later dater.
For those interested in learning how they can be social reformers, this is an opportunity to shape your vision and gain inspiration for how to start.
The Summer School is a remarkable investment into your understanding of culture and into your journey to influence it for the kingdom.
Anyone with even the most nebulous questions about being a Christian in the public square should seriously consider going.
The Summer School is for people aged between 18 and 40 who are recent graduates, young professionals and others in business, public services or the charity sector.
It runs from Thursday 18th June, 12.30pm to Sunday 21st June, 12pm
Fees Early bird rate is available until the 1st April 2020
Residential price includes accommodation for three nights, all meals, tuition fees, study materials, heritage tour and gala dinner. Non-residential rates includes all the above, except accommodation and breakfast.
If you have any further questions regarding the Summer School, please contact Mercedes McGuire.
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