Lake Junaluska’s social justice ministry events enable persons from all ethnicities and diverse faith backgrounds to come together for holy conversation, training, advocacy, and formation - to address current and historic injuries and misunderstandings of issues such as poverty, marginalization, racism, healthcare disparities, and more.
March 19-22, 2015
The Lake Junaluska Peace Conference is an ongoing response to God’s call to peacemaking and reconciliation.Affirming the community of Abrahamic faiths, the Peace Conference seeks to work in partnership with Christians, Jews, Muslims, and members of other religious traditions to advance the work of reconciliation and peace. READ MORE
June 27-29, 2014
The Southeastern Jurisdictional Association on Native American Ministries (SEJANAM) was created by Native Americans and established by the 1984 Jurisdictional Conference to help create: Awareness and Dialogue, New Congregations and Ministries, Leadership Enlistment and Training, Inter-Tribal Witness/Sharing, Cross Cultural Witness/Sharing, and Sensitivity to Inclusiveness. SEJANAM serves the fifteen annual conferences of the SEJ, twenty-three Native American churches, three ministries of the SEJ, and seeks to serve approximately 210,000 Native Americans of the nine southeastern states of the SEJ. READ MORE