Justice

Then those who are righteous will reply to him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you a drink? When did we see you as a stranger and welcome you, or naked and give you clothes to wear? When did we see you sick or in prison and visit you?’

“Then the king will reply to them, ‘I assure you that when you have done it for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you have done it for me.
— St. Matthew 25:37-42

The work of justice matters to Christians - at least, we believe it should. We are striving to stretch our arms into an embrace of one another as wide as Jesus' own embrace of us. This begins with hospitality: are we willing to be transformed by the presence of a stranger in our midst? Jesus was welcomed and fed wherever he went, but his hosts found their lives forever changed in the process of offering hospitality. 

From hospitality, we move to prayer and action. We pray to seek God's call to us in our world, and to center ourselves in meditation and praise together. We know that we cannot remain where we are. Following prayer and worship, we are called to action: in gender equality, LGBT inclusion, racial equality, care for creation, peace, homelessness, affordable housing, joblessness, and so much more. Our goal is to partner with organizations, not merely support.