Week Five - Justice Through the Cross
The Very Reverend Dr Sue Jones, Dean of Liverpool, leads the fifth of our Lent course sessions for 2022.
This session highlights the different images of the Cross in relation to justice. The Cross is a symbol of God’s Kingdom of justice. Moreover, this session explains the compatibility of justice and righteousness.
To support us in the challenge, Liverpool Cathedral is hosting six weekly online sessions with videos and discussions exploring the themes of the book.
Meanwhile, you can buy a copy of the Embracing Justice book from the cathedral shop.
Introduction to The Summer Reading Challenge 1 Peter
Join us this Summer as we read 1 Peter together.ResourceTotal current bookmarks 4
Week Three - Building Communities of Justice
Chris Topping leads the third of our Lent course sessions for 2022.ResourceTotal current bookmarks 0
Embracing Justice - Lent Challenge 2022
Our Lent Challenge follows the Church of England’s #LiveLent theme for 2022, Embracing Justice. Based around the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book, written by Isabelle Hamley, the theme remembers the cry of the Prophet Isaiah: ‘Is not this the fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of injustice?’ calling us to reflect on the injustices of the world and ask what God is calling us to do about them. Here we have videos reflecting on the six themes and an invitation to join Liverpool Cathedral's discussions on each topicesCourse 6 PartsTotal current bookmarks 0