Let Justice Roll
A justice advocacy and awareness retreat for high school youth
Friday, Oct 3 to Sunday, Oct 5, 2014
El Camino de Emaus, Burlington, WA
Let Justice Roll encourages high school youth to engage in issues of social, environmental, and economic justice to learn about God’s call to “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God” (Micah 6:8). Participants are encouraged and challenged to become agents of positive change with a biblical and Christ-centered approach. (Please note: While this event is usually held at Holden Village, due to mine remediation efforts there, this year’s event will instead be held in Burlington.)
The 2014 theme, “Welcoming the Stranger: Loving our Immigrant Neighbors,” explores this topic while asking how can I as a Christian teenager, help live out Christ’s message to take care of the poor, the widow, the orphan and vulnerable parts of our population?
This will be a weekend immersion experience for high school youth exploring God’s call to “do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly...” The program includes cross-cultural conversations, field-trips, worship, and a fiesta with food, music and dance.
$95 per student (includes lodging, meals, and programming)
Complete the Group Registration Form (one per church group) and the Individual Registration Forms (one per participants) and return with your check to the address provided.
Download the Leader Information Packet (above) for event details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding the program or registration, or call Rev. Dave Ellingson at 425.249.4722.