A quarterly informational series focused on topics relating to injustice. The TM (Trademark Church) Justice Series was created to inspire an open forum for community members to educate and advocate on topics relating to injustice throughout the world.
We believe Gods call to Justice is most easily summed up in Isaiah 1:17 -- "Learn to do good; Seek justice, Rebuke the oppressor; Defend the fatherless, Plead for the widow." While Trademark Church kindly opens it's doors to hold these events, you DO NOT need to be a member of the church, or of any faith/religious background to attend. Our goal is to tear down the walls and barriers that religion
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In addition to the Sunday event, Stan Patyrak, Senior Director for Living Water will be the speaking at 'Faith and Reason' a Question and Answer session, 7:30pm Tomorrow (Saturday) at The District Coffeehouse downtown (5th and Main -- www.districtcoffehouse.com)!
[12/07/11] CLEAN WATER! The next TM Justice Series will be this Sunday, the 11th. Trademark Church is pleased to announce that we'll have a representative from Living Water International with us during the church service. Although this will be a "typical" church service, we will devote most of the time to hearing about clean water and how we can help those who have little or no access to clean water all over the world. 10:30, Sunday. All our welcome, regardless of your faith background.
planning the next justice series event coming to you in September...
just stories | a festival that explores justice through storytelling and film
Follow up information from Thursday's event:
tmjusticeseries.wordpress.com We have been busy at work planning the next quarterly Trademark Justice Series event, and based on feedback from our last event on North Korea, which took place in March, we have decided to focus on the issue of Human Trafficking. We will discuss both how it applies both locally and throughout the r
[05/13/11] PAST Justice Series Event No. 1: LiNK
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