Let Justice Roll Down

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A Gathering

What is it?

A gathering of like minded people to explore together Justice and Compassion issues at home, nationally and globally. Let Justice Roll Down is a social justice gathering, geared for 20-30’s age range in particular. The aim is to not just inspire young people to incorporate social justice into their lives, but also to create functional support and relationship groups for people who really want to do something practical about it. We hope to equip the attendees with actual actionable steps that they can take to play their part in social justice issues; to de-mystify how it all works.

Who is it for?

This gathering is open to all comers but specifically targets young adults (20-30’s) who are working in the Professions and Trades in NZ and who have a strong interest in justice related topics.

What will we be doing?

We’ll be listening to a few TED type talks presented by experts in their field; having lots of conversations and panel discussions, workshops, mentoring opportunities; praying and worshiping together; and enjoying good coffee and food.

What are your expectations?

  • Fresh inspiration
  • New learnings
  • Actionable next steps…..no slackivism here!
  • New resources
  • New friendships

Who is hosting this event?

Shoeless NZ and Willow Creek Association NZ are hosting, partnering with TEAR Fund. Alan Vink, CEO of WillowNZ, will be the event host.

Who are the keynote speakers?

For a biographical sketch of the above speakers go to www.shoelessnz.com

When?  Mark these dates now!

Starts Friday 5th September 2014 7pm – 9pm and continues Saturday 6th September 2014 8.30am, finishing at around 4.00pm.

At 7.00pm on the Saturday night we will host a worship experience led by Wilderness Love: www.wilderness.com and We Are Wilderness


Venue: Vision College Hamilton Campus – Music Department, 21 Ruakura Road, Hamilton East 3216.


Individual Rate: $50.00

Student Rate: $25.00

This will include breakfast and lunch on Saturday (but not dinner) and continuous tea/coffee.

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