Public Theology: The Work of Justice

Spring 2023 | Gender, Art,
Inter-Religious Dialogue, Storytelling
and the Work of Justice

An initiative of the Center for Faith and Justice, the F+J Network is an online learning community, where together we are pursuing a more beautiful, expansive, and liberating vision of Christian faith in the world. Each month, there are webinars, short video lectures, online discussions, and other resources to help build a community of faith and justice. 

News & Events

Monthly Theme

Starting Points for the Journey (September 2022)

Who are we, and how did we get here? At the beginning of a …

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Gatherings in 2022-23

While we are mostly an online community, there are at least three opportunities to …

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Monthly Theme

Christianity, Race, and the Struggle for Justice (August 2022)

Remembering the past becomes a spiritual act when it leads to truth-telling and repentance. …

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Three Ways to Get Involved


Join anytime for a month, a season, a year, or more. New topics each month. 

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Open to network members, a 9-month journey with a cohort of peers. 

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Do the work of the fellowship for credit at one of our partner seminaries. 

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About Us

Meet Our Community

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. 

US States

Core Teaching Team: Peter Choi, Kristin Kobes Du Mez, 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

Our Partners

Join Us on the Journey

And become part of a vibrant community of mutual support for spiritual formation that spans across the world, tackling hard questions and seeking the common good…

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