Social Justice

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Social Justice

The primary focus in Jesus’ teaching was “the kingdom of God” and how it may become a reality “on earth as it is in heaven”.

The reality of the kingdom is only partial now – where Christ’s disciples loyally live out the kingdom’s values – in the hope of its fullness at the consummation of human history.

In its social justice work, The Hunter Presbytery witnesses to what life would be like on earth if God (as understood by Jesus) were king.

It means critiquing today, as Christ did in the gospels, many of the social injustices which can unfortunately creep into the “kingdoms” of this world, such as:

The Social Justice Committee is currently in recess
Please contact either the Presbytery Secretary on
or the Presbytery Minister on

Committee Convenor:


Committee Members

Ex-officio: Presbytery Chairperson, Presbytery Executive Officer