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Posted by Andy Wood
 - Nov 15, 2017, 2:39 PM

The School of Mercy and Justice offers participants an immersive, integrated, and robust spiritual formation for those who desire to cultivate a deep life with God and engage in the work of mercy and justice in the world.

Through the combined experience of learning together through teaching and discussion, reading superb literature, film, engaging in individual and group activities and reflection, receiving spiritual direction, and practising spiritual disciplines — all in a communal setting — students will grow in embodying the contemplative, missional life.

The next cohort of the School of Mercy and Justice begins in Montréal. The first of five modules is Dec 1 - 2, 2017.
The first cohort began last month in Winnipeg and went very well.

>>For information on the Montréal cohort go here.
>>For information on curriculum and activities, go here.
>>To register, go here (Sustainable Faith's website).

The School of Mercy and Justice is a partnership between Sustainable Faith and Winnipeg Centre Vineyard.