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Reflections on War and Justice

Our February focus on “War and Justice” has been filled with profound reflections and ...
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Monthly Theme

Gender, Politics, and Justice (Mar 2024)

During March, we will explore the ways in which faith, gender, and politics are ...
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A Conversation with Isaac Sharp

Join us on March 3 for conversation (5pm) and dinner (6pm)!  In-Person Online What does ...
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Monthly Theme

War and Justice (Feb 2024)

“If there is a God of peace, what does it mean that we live ...
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A Conversation with Amir Marshi

Join us on February 4 for conversation (5pm) and dinner (6pm)!  In-Person Online As we ...
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Community Building & Neighborhood Walks at Future of Faith Conference

In the heart of San Francisco, the Center for Faith and Justice is set ...
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Led by a team of teaching fellows made up of pastors, authors, activists, and scholars committed to the work of faith and justice, our community brings together people from all over the world. 

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Core Teaching Team: Peter Choi, Lisa Sharon Harper, Mihee Kim-Kort, Liz Lin, Riana Shaw Robinson, Julie Rodgers, Shirin Shafaie, and Devin Singh. Learn more and read their bios here.

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