Social Justice Formation

Who is my Neighbor?

Meeting the second Monday of each monthdoors
September 11, 2017 through March 12, 2018
6 to 8:30 p.m.
Jesus engaged everyone around him, from fishermen to lepers, from the Samaritan Woman to the Syro-Phoenician, from tax collectors to the poor widow. When asked, “Who is my neighbor?” Jesus offered a parable, and then his own question: “Now who would you say was a neighbor…?”

As Christians we are formed to be and bring the Word to life in our world. Who Is My Neighbor? invites us to listen to the stories of those who might not usually cross our paths, who seem different from us, but who have engaged in their own learning and discerning to love and care for the other.

Each session will include a light supper, a guest speaker, Lectio Divina, reflection and shared conversation. The purpose is simple: to be formed to see with new eyes, as we learn, pray, discern and live out our call to be a neighbor.

Cost: $125.00 includes 7 sessions with light supper
Please register by August 31

Community Conversations on Diversity

Huntington City-Township Public LibraryDiversity
6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Commissioned by Mayor Brooks Fetters, the City of Huntington Prevention Task Force, led by Victory Noll Center, is comprised of multiple nonprofit and City/County representatives focused on creating a more safe, open and accepting community for all its residents. 

The Mission Statement of the City Council of Huntington reads: The City of Huntington, Indiana is a community of civility and inclusion, where diversity is honored and differences are respected. 

To help enact this mission, the Prevention Task Force will be hosting 4 panel dialogues along with follow up discussions in 2017 focused on topics of diversity. 

Join us as we seek to develop a better and more appreciative understanding of what diversity and inclusion looks like in our community. 


Monday, April 17: A Woman’s Perspective on Gender Inequality
Follow Up Discussion: Monday, April 24
Monday, July 17: A Conversation with the LGBTQ Community
Follow Up Discussion: Monday, July 24
Monday, October 16: Poverty at Home
Follow Up Discussion: Monday, October 23

 Matthew 25 Project

“I assure you, as often as you did it for one of my least, you did it for me.” Matthew 25:40560866_10151003414140059_218122107_n

Tuesdays, 1 to 3:30 p.m. • September through May

Each Tuesday is a Matthew 25 day where you can live the Gospel by making hats and blankets for those in need. The hats and blankets will be distributed through local agencies.

Human Trafficking Education Day

Save the date: Friday, January 19, 2018

More information to come. HT Newsletter Photo