The Southern Justice Experience is a 2-day journey designed to engage pastors and business leaders in the OneRace transformational model.
The Southern Justice Experience
We are inviting pastors and leaders on a trip to facilitate intimate times of fellowship, prayer, and equipping. Our goal is to help participants experience the weightiness of America's racial history. We hope that this experience will help others to know the story, and in turn own and change the story for generations to come.
Our objectives are to:
Know the story of Americas racial history
Know the story of the American Church
Foster an environment where learning, healing, and building is possible
Encourage conversation and relationship building w/ other like hearted leaders
Facilitate times of worship, prayer, and sharing
Invite leaders to be apart of changing the story for the next generation
Lodging will be at the Embassy Suites in downtown Montgomery.
Our trip will include:
- 16th Street Baptist Church: The location of the 1963 bombing killing 4 little girls and injuring dozens more.
- Birmingham Center for Civil and Human Rights: Where we will visit Dr. King’s jail cell and read a portion of “Letter From a Birmingham Jail” as a group.
- The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, AL reflecting on “Bloody Sunday.”
- National Peace and Justice Memorial and Legacy Museum
What You Need to Know. . .
Who is invited?
Pastors and Leaders.
What's the cost?
Are meals included?
Yes. All meals are included.
Are there scholarships available?
Yes. We will offer 50% off on a needs basis, using the code: sje50