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HOW can a church act for justice?

God Calls us to be a COURAGEOUS CHURCH:
Loving like Jesus, Acting for Justice, United in Hope

Bishop Robert Hoshibata has called us to action to make this vision a reality. Do you have questions about exactly HOW a church can act for justice?

Come to the “How to Form a Social Justice Team in the Local Church” workshop at the Desert Southwest Conference Center, 1550 E. Meadowbrook Avenue in Phoenix on Saturday, April 28, from 9:00 AM-2:00 PM. Let’s explore that question together with Rev. Clayton Childers, Director of Conference Relations for our General Board of Church and Society based in Washington, D.C., leading the conversation. He’ll guide us to explore how individual congregations can act for justice by developing effective church and society teams.

Remote participation details

Don’t let travel become an obstacle for your church leaders. Invite them to join you at your church and participate remotely. If you need help to ensure your church has the right set up for group video conferencing, contact DSC Communications at 602-266-6956 ext. 255 or email Christina Dillabough at cdillabough@dscumc.org.

Registration Information

To help us prepare the room for the right number of attendees, please don’t forget to register by contacting Billie Fidlin at 602-266-6956 x221 or via email at bfidlin@dscumc.org. Let her know if you plan to come in-person or telecommute.

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Billie K. Fidlin

Billie K. Fidlin is the Director of Outreach & Justice for the Desert Southwest Conference. She is a graduate of Western Michigan University and attended Claremont School of Theology for religious studies. Ms. Fidlin currently serves as the President of the Arizona Faith Network in her second term. She is President & Founder of Whisper n Thunder Inc., and sits on various boards including the Justa Center and the Phoenix Police Department's Faith Advisory Council. Her awards include the UM Foundation for Evangelism 2004 Distinguished Evangelist; 2016 Church Women United / United Nations Human Rights Award; 2018 Servant Leader Award AZ Faith Network; 2022 Southern Poverty Law Center Certificate of Recognition; and 2022-23 Class of Who's Who in America.

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