Social Justice

Sometimes it seems we’re better at demonstrating our convictions than we are at articulating what we hold true. Often we opt to act toward the good and save the talking about the good for later. Given the theological diversity of our congregation, our social views are also varied. Our efforts often address the plight of disenfranchised persons in our community, including children those living in poverty our gay and lesbian friends and neighbors while not a person, the health of our planet The form of Continue reading →