Resolution inspiration? Let us help!

As December winds down, thoughts turn to action planning and setting resolutions for 2019. One of the most common reasons for failure is lack of clear goals or follow through. In the spirit of collaboration, we’re here to humbly offer a few suggestions paired with action steps to help you start 2019 on the best note possible.
  1. Are you interested in expanding your interfaith understanding? Attend the annual Knippa Lecture on Sunday, January 27, at 4 p.m. Register here
  2. Is this the year you will become better at navigating conflict? Speak up when you see incidents of bias? Or perhaps become a little better at understanding your own biases? Save the date for the 2019 Trialogue Series, "Ourtown: Conflict, Justice and Peace." The first session is scheduled for Sunday, February 10. 
  3. Do you have a teen who is looking for service hours and conversation regarding interreligious understanding? Connect with Sarah Rana to receive details for the 2019 Teen Trialogue series.   
  4. Have you committed to volunteering in 2019? Reach out to Brettin White and she'll connect you with the OCCJ program that matches your schedule and interests. 
Even if resolutions aren't your style, know your friends at OCCJ are grateful for your support throughout the year as we work to achieve our mission of achieving respect and understanding for all. We are your allies and hope to see you soon at a program, or even at your favorite coffee shop.

Wishing you the best in 2019, 

Brettin, Deaven, Eileen, Moises, Sandi, and Sarah
The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice Team 

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