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Inspire Justice is a Conference taking place in Halifax, Nova Scotia on October 16 & 17, 2015. Engaging and Empowering the Church for Justice.

“Learn to do good. Seek justice. Help the oppressed. Defend the cause of orphans. Fight for the rights of widows.” Isaiah 1:17 (NLT)

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The inspire Justice Conference Halifax brings together those across the Maritimes who are serving their communities, pursuing justice and wish to see God’s Kingdom here on earth. At the Inspire Justice Conference as we are empowered to do good, seek justice, help the oppressed, defend the cause of orphans, and fight for the rights of widows via the local church. With a focus on local and global concerns, our roster of keynote speakers and workshop facilitators will:

INSPIRE participants with Biblical teaching that will stimulate their commitment to serving those living in poverty and on the margins of society.
INCREASE awareness of the most critical issues being faced by individuals, families, and communities, both in Canada and around the world.
ILLUSTRATE ways the local church can effectively respond to injustice by learning from other Christians who are actively doing it already.

Register today as, together, we learn how to become the hands and feet of Jesus to a world in desperate need. Go to ---

DATE: October 16 & 17, 2015, Halifax Nova Scotia -- Citadel High School Spatz Theatre (1855 Trollope Street, Halifax NS B3H 0A4)
COST: Two day conference only $39 (plus applicable taxes and fees) Saturday only $29 (plus applicable taxes and fees)

Brian Stiller, World Evangelical Alliance
Rick Tobias, Yonge Mission
Michael Messenger, World Vision Canada

- Human Trafficking in Canada
- Poverty and racism
- Engaging youth in social justice
- Serving the homeless in Halifax
- Global missions: local passion
- Leading churches with a heart for justice
- Reconciliation with Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
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Who we are

The Canadian Council of Churches is the broadest and most inclusive ecumenical body in the world, now representing 25 denominations of Anglican; Evangelical; Free Church; Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox; Protestant; and Catholic traditions. Together we represent more than 85% of the Christians in Canada. The Canadian Council of Churches was founded in 1944.

Our Members
The Canadian Council of Churches - Le Conseil Canadien Des Églises

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