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Saturday, June 6, 2015

The Justice Conference

Hosted in Chicago (USA), Hong Kong (China) and Melbourne (Australia), The Justice Conference is one of the largest Biblical and Social Justice Conferences.

NECT is hosting a Simulcast at Cedar Hill CRC in Wyckoff, NJ - Saturday - June 6th

Here is quick link to register for simulcast at Cedar Hill.

 

 

Welcome to NECT!

Northeast Community Transformation (NECT) is a regional organization focused on building capacity for community development and justice programs. We help churches and other organizations effectively bring about the "shalom" of Christ in their communities - a deeply-rooted peace and integrity that reflects the world as God intended, rather than pain and brokenness we all experience.

Please spend some time reading about what we are doing with our partners. We pray you will be inspired to be a part of it!

Recent News:

UPDATE: Homeless Ministry Outreach

For nearly 20 years, several Christian Reformed churches, along with partner churches in their communities, have been serving as hosts for sheltering homeless men in partnership with the Good Shepherd Mission in Paterson, NJ. From November to March the churches serve as an “overflow” shelter for 10 men with each church being responsible for hosting one night per week. Hearty hot meals, fellowship and bible study are provided. Relationships have been developed which have provided encouragement as well as connections to jobs and social services.

If you are a Paterson area church that is interested in hosting the men on Tuesday night or would like to make a donation, please contact NECT board member Steve Bruining at 551-206-1869.

Current participating churches include: Madison Ave CRC, Covenant CRC, Cedar Hill CRC, Unity CRC, Midland Park CRC, Bridgeway Community Church, Emergence.

In Christ’s Service,

Steve Bruining, Homeless Ministry Coordinator

Please welcome newest board member Susan Panzika who is also the director of “The Justice Network”.

Their main mission is to fight against human trafficking.

“Our purpose is to educate, equip and empower our friends and neighbors to become abolitionists.

We seek to:

• Incite outrage over human trafficking and passion to do something about it

• Provide education about the facts of the issue and ways to fight it

• Introduce local and global organizations already on the front lines

• Provide opportunities to fund rescues and support rescued victims”

Visit their site often http://justice-network.org/ and follow them on facebook.

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