Justice Flow: 8 Essential Movements

God’s Kingdom is marked by justice.  Wrongs are made right wherever and whenever his will is done.  Yet we all have basic assumptions about what is right and how to go about welcoming his activity in our lives and communities.  In “Justice Flow” we will explore 8 essential movements that just communities embrace.  These 8 shifts in thinking and practice are critical as we walk faithfully and effectively with the marginalized in our societies, cultures and economies.  These movements, like a river, are always flowing – always inviting us to jump in.  We can stand on the banks, or we can jump in and let the current of God’s Kingdom take us to new places as we join him in his restorative work.


This event will be filmed and used as the basis for a new Vineyard Institute course on justice.  Footage will also be used in new Vineyard Canada material.  However, we’re not content with the “talking head” format of teaching – we want to create an engaging learning environment in which participants are challenged, inspired and encouraged through teaching, storytelling, activities and creative interaction.

If you want to get a taste of what some of the teaching in the Vineyard School of Justice is like, this is a great event for you!


Everyone is welcome to attend.  There are no special requirements other than you want to engage in the material!

Beth WoodBeth Wood is the community connections pastor at the Metro Vineyard in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  She brings a wealth of experience working in the public and private sectors in Canada, Brazil, Angola and Rwanda.  Her teaching is thoughtful, engaging and practical.

Andy Wood TeachingAndy Wood is a pastor at Winnipeg Centre Vineyard.  He founded the Vineyard School of Justice in 1999 and has lived and worked in the inner city in Winnipeg for the past 18 years.  He draws on local experience, like starting Flatlanders Inn, and international work in the Philippines and Nepal.


April 8 – 9, 2016

  • Friday 7 – 9pm
  • Saturday 9am – 4pm

A light lunch will be provided on Saturday.


Winnipeg Centre Vineyard, 782 Main St. – Flatlanders Studio, 3rd floor.


Because of the nature of the event, we ask that you not come and go since this will disrupt the filming.    There is no cost to this event, but there will be an opportunity to contribute to the snacks and lunch that will be provided on Saturday!  If you have any questions, please contact Andy.


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