House meetings are integral to our information gathering, or LISTENING, period. Through house meetings, we ask people “what keeps you up at night” and “what community problems make you angry,” and we invite people to live out the biblical mandate to “do justice” by joining us in our work. With results from our combined house meetings, we identify and adopt an additional problem area at an assembly of hundreds of people while we continue our current issue campaigns in education and mental health.
In our 2016 cycle, Justice Knox conducted 39 house meetings, with more than 300 people participating.
So far in 2017, leaders have hosted more than 60 house meetings attended by more than 450 people.