The Freedom Concert is a Fundraiser to End Trafficking and Support survivors. It will be held Saturday, April 1st at Christ the King Church in Cambridge. The Freedom Concert is a night of music, food, and storytelling dedicated to helping raise awareness and advocacy for women in the sex industry and survivors of trafficking. The Freedom Concert has proven to be a safe space for other survivors and supporters to attend and embrace healing. Additionally, it is an invitation to the community of Greater Boston to participate in this fight to end trafficking. All funds raised from this event will go directly to Route One Ministry, a local anti-trafficking effort.
WinterWalk with BFJN
Advent Conspiracy Book Group
As we enter the busy holiday season BFJN is gathering together to read the Advent Conspiracy. This amazing book calls Jesus followers to substitute compassion for consumption and invites us to cultivate countercultural practices. Together we will consider these practices, encourage one another and seek to center Jesus and his call on our lives this Christmas. Join us! We will send the first 20 participants a free copy of the Advent Conspiracy book and we will meet together via Zoom 11/30 to talk through the first half of the book and then again in person (Zoom available for those unable to attend) on 12/14 to finish the discussion and celebrate Advent together!
Register HERE by 11/26. Email us with any questions – firstname.lastname@example.org
Uncomfortable Conversations: Let’s Talk About Mass Incarceration
Join the Boston Faith & Justice Network this Wednesday night.
We are in the middle of our series on Mass Incarceration and are looking forward to focusing on Reentry with this panel. Our panelists, with their expertise and experience, will help us consider the many barriers returning citizens face when they return to their communities after a period of incarceration. Learn with us and find ways you can engage with this issue which affects so many individuals, families and communities.