In the face of profound climate disruption, racial injustice and economic inequality, people of faith are called be change agents, co-creators of more equitable, sustainable and life-giving communities. How does change occur, for individuals and larger systems? What particular gifts can faith leaders and communities bring to this work? How can our justice ministries be more theologically grounded, effective, meaningful and sustainable? This course will utilize a variety of formats: short lectures by the instructor and/or guest speakers, video, participatory exercises and class discussions, a field trip, and student presentations. Classes will open and close with short readings, songs and/or rituals helping students to build a repertoire for use in justice ministry settings.