How Do Formation, Justice and Peace Work Together?

Justice and peace come from the inside out—from the overflow of a transformed heart.

This belief led our founder, Bishop Todd Hunter, to start the Center for Formation, Justice and Peace in 2021. He believes every Christ-follower is called to be an agent of rescue in the world, wherever they find themselves—but they often lack the will to do so.

That’s why the Center brings together a diverse, interdenominational community of people who want to be formed in love to heal a broken world. Because “religion” is often part of the problem, we’ve created a brave, Jesus-centered space for dialogue, questioning, creating and exploration. Beginners welcome. We are all learners on a journey together!

Join us in becoming the kinds of people who would and could undo oppression, leading to lives of deep peace for all.

Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.

— John Wesley

who we are

We are an interdenominational ministry cultivating the character of individuals, churches, and communities necessary to pursue peace through kingdom justice in the manner of Jesus.

What We Do

We create spaces, provide support, and cultivate relationships to equip peacemakers and justice-seekers to think and act like Jesus.

Why We Exist

We are joining God’s holistic pursuit of peace by seeking spiritual formation and practicing justice in thought and action.

Core Commitments

Practicing Formation: We exercise rhythms of individual and communal practices to grow as followers of Jesus.

Seeking Justice: We humbly labor with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) leaders to seek righteous actions in support of the communities that they serve.

Pursuing Peace: We strive with God toward the restoration and wholeness of all humanity.