Living Faith, Doing Justice

Our long-time tagline, “Living Faith, Doing Justice,” celebrates the Gospel call to service each and every day, throughout the year. Through our own sponsored programs and consultative relationships, we seek to create opportunities for individuals of every age to come together in prayer, service, and social justice in simple but extraordinary ways.

Do you have a creative way to live your faith by doing justice?  If so, we would welcome the opportunity to connect and collaborate with you.  Contact us today!

Consultative Relationships

The Center for FaithJustice is proud to serve in a consultative way with a number of local institutions.  We provide unique expertise in many areas including authentic service immersion, servant leadership, and youth and young adult faith formation rooted in social justice.  How we can we be of service to you?  Click here to read more or contact us today to start the conversation.

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Youth Service

This annual event is hosted by the Center for FaithJustice (CFJ) and the Church of Saint Ann in Lawrenceville.

Over the years, hundreds of youth have participated in this tradition honoring the legacy of Dr. King.  This day includes an opening prayer service, direct service with local organizations, small group discussion, and a closing reflection.  Click here to learn more about the 2016 event, which made the front page of the Trenton Monitor. (Photo credit: John Blaine.)

Soup and Psalms

Join us every Wednesday at the Casa for faith, food, and fellowship!  Soup and Psalms is a weekly gathering that you don’t want to miss.