The greatest nations are defined by how they treat their weakest inhabitants.– Jorge Ramos
Immigration is one of the most critical and controversial issues of our day, affecting not only our own country, but countries around the world.
For this series, Dominican Center at Marywood’s Director Margarita Solis-Deal collaborated with JustFaith to deliver this program series to help women and men of West Michigan explore migration theology.
On Monday evenings 6:00 – 9:00 pm from January 15, 2018 through March 05, 2018, gather for reading and reflection, group discussion and discovery, prayer and action.
“Together we all can open ourselves to being informed, formed, and transformed on this topic that is central to Christian identity and affects so many of our brothers and sisters around the world.” says Margarita Solis-Deal.
Dominican Center at Marywood in Grand Rapids, Michigan offers faith formation, study, and retreats for women and men of all faith traditions. Connect meaningfully with yourself and your faith through one or more of Dominican Center’s contemplative learning programs. Programs and events promote spiritual growth, relationship building, healing, and prayerful reflection, as well as awareness of justice issues and opportunities for interfaith dialogue.
JustFaith is an intensive, small-group process for faithful Christians looking to deepen their commitment to care for vulnerable people and our planet. Through prayer, study, dialogue, and immersions, participants form community as they explore critical realities and their implications to their lives and their faith. JustFaith is designed for use in diverse Christian communities.
Justice: Prayer, Study, Service
Date: Beginning January 15, 2018 - March 5, 2018
Cost: $175 for this 8-part series
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm