• Focusing on systemic problems that allow so many people – locally, regionally, nationally and globally – to live in poverty or at risk of harm
• Acting as a friendly resource by serving the needs of people
• Addressing collective disregard for our fragile interdependent webs – in our environment and in human relations
We have 13 robust Social Action groups that address different societal needs within in our Fellowship, our community and our denomination.
The umbrella group for these programs is the Social Justice Council.
We recognize many different styles of social action – direct service, education, witnessing, advocacy/community organizing, and legislative action. We also recognize that human need pervades our neighborhoods and our world. Fellowship members embrace our faith’s “call to action” and work to lend our hands to the tasks.
Check out the opportunites. You might find one…or more…that speaks to you.