The Christian Reformed Church believes that doing justice is an essential part of our Christian faith. In fact, our five-fold calling specifically says, “Hearing the cries of the oppressed, forsaken and disadvantaged, we seek to act justly and love mercy as we walk humbly with our God.”
But what does it mean to “do justice?” We’d love to help you figure that out in your own context and related to issues in your area. Visit the websites of Social Justice or the Centre for Public Dialogue to find resources and learn more about specific issues, or check out our Do Justice blog.
If you are already ready to take action, go to the Action Advocacy Centers below:
On the eve of this year’s 16 days of activism, join the CRCNA, World Renew and Safe Church for the launch of our advocacy guide TheHidden Pandemic: The Role of Christian Communities in Taking Action Against Gender Based Violence and a conversation on how concerted efforts to address GBV can be strengthened by unleashing the power and influence of the church and other faith-based organizations.