Restoration and Reconciliation Justice Center

New Life Covenant | 575 Travis Street NW | Atlanta, GA 30318 | | (404) 681-3558

The New Life Restoration and Reconciliation Justice Center is a ministry of New Life Covenant Church with the purpose of educating, equipping and forming Christian disciples to bring restoration, reconciliation and justice to the brokenness of our city and world. 

Southeast Conference 2019 Justice Conference: ‘Advocating for Justice Within Traumatized Communities’ - Atlanta, Georgia - Friday, September 6th - Saturday, September 7th - Registration $95/person meals included

Ephesians 2:15 Discussion

Ephesians 2:15 Discussion

Ephesians 2:15 Discussion

Ephesians 2:15 Discussions are quarterly conversations about race, injustice, power, and class and the church’s call to pursue justice. The discussion begins with a continental breakfast at 9:30 a.m. and concludes with lunch at 1:00 p.m.. Childcare is provided and the community is invited to join the conversation. 

2018 Back to the Garden ... Into the city Justice Conference

2018 Locked In Solidarity 

2017 Immersion Cohort

2017 Back to the Garden ... Into the City III Conference

2017 Locked In Solidarity Prayer Vigil on Mass Incarceration

2017 King Table of Brother and Sisterhood Breakfast

2016 Immersion Cohort II Journey


Locked In Solidarity Prayer Vigil on Mass Incarceration

2016 Dr. Martin Luther King Holiday Table Fellowship

immersion Cohort 1 Journey

Our first Immersion Journey was the end of our first Immersion Cohort experience. For six months cohort members met and discussed issues of race, power, privilege and history. These photos are from the Immersion Journey in Selma and Montgomery, Alabama. Our second cohort experience will begin in February of next year.

2015 Reel Justice Film Festival

In partnership with Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) and the English Avenue/Vine City Ministerial Alliance (EAVCMA) the New Life Social Justice Center for Reconcilitation and Restoration hosted the Atlanta Reel Justice Film Festival on mass incarceration. 

REFLECTIONS FROM our 2015 conference I


Our vision is to bring emerging theologians, pastors and ministry leaders who are practitioners in under resourced communities together for two days of intentional interaction with scripture and one another in order to inspire their ministries to move beyond good intentions, into holistic praxis.