J2M2 Urban Immersion Registration Open (video)

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OAKLAND, CA (May 22, 2009) Registrations are being accepted for Journey to Mosaic Squared (J2M2), a three-week experience to be held July 18-August 8 in Oakland.

J2M2 is an inner-city immersion experience that aims to explore God’s heart for justice. Participants—who must be between the ages of 18 and 24—live together in a house for three weeks.

Each day follows a three-part rhythm. Mornings include biblical teaching, and the afternoons are spent in the community. Participants gather in the evening to debrief the day.

In the past, participants have visited sites such as the Santa Clara County Prison, a homeless shelter, and local churches. One week is spent traveling through California to explore the history of African Americans, Asian Americans, and Hispanic Americans.

Each of the denomination’s ethnic commissions will sponsor one participant. Anyone within the age requirement is encouraged to apply as well.

Dominique Gilliard and Vicki Tsui will facilitate the event.

To read an earlier news story on J2M2, click here.

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