It’s all coming together for the Grace Collective tomorrow night! It’s our final big gathering for the year, and it’s one you’ll not want to miss.This time we are discussing social justice, and have a great line up including:
+ Laura TeBay – “The day I learnt that life isn’t fair”
+ Blake Ramage – “The true call of justice”
+ Jethro Day – “Displacing the cost” & “How to play fair”
We’ll be giving away delicious Fair Trade goodies on the night. Plus there’ll be a range of Freeset products available for purchase, and we’ll be taking a collection for the Philippines so make sure you bring some cash.
Everything’s kicking off at 6.30pm with food, coffee and live jazz in the cafe, so make sure you’re there early!
For more info and some sweet links to get you geared up for the discussion check out our fb event
So spread the word and invite your friends, small group etc to come along, it’s going to be a great night. See you there!
We’re back at Crave again for our final young adults gathering for the year!
Saturday 23 November, 6.30pm at Crave Cafe, 25 McDonald St, Kingsland
We all learn pretty quickly that life just isn’t fair for everyone. But is that ‘just how it is’? What can possibly be done about it? What issues of injustice upset you the most? Should Christianity and social justice go hand in hand?
Join our discussions on the night as Blake Ramage, Laura TeBay and Jethro Day share their inspiring stories and fuel our conversations.
Over on Facebook we’ll be sharing some articles, videos and more to help us get thinking about the topic. This is something that I personally have been thinking about quite a bit lately, so I am really looking forward to the conversations we will have around this important issue.
As always, you can expect awesome coffee, sweet hangs, talented musicians, engaging discussion and delicious baking. All young adults are welcome, so bring your crew. It’s going to be a night not to be missed and it would be great to see you there!