Justice: Faith in Action
Ours is a faith that seeks and does justice. That work is as, the Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker says, a “striving for what is not yet but could be.”
A church doing justice work differs from the way other organizations or institutions do justice work in its grounding, framing, and motivation. In what guides us as we do the work. In what we return to when threatened by discouragement or violence. If we want to go the distance then we must have a firm footing to live out of not just morally or intellectually or ethically but spiritually.
Below are some of the ways you can join others at UUCE in living our values and beliefs out loud in public.
April Justice Action: Turtle Flats Restoration
Our Justice Council, a collaboration between all our Justice Groups, presents a Monthly Justice Action, inviting participation from members and friends of all ages.
Our Action for the month of April is a tree planting and habitat restoration work party, on April 29th from 9am to Noon.
More details will be available soon.
The next Justice Council gathering will be held in May, more details to come.
Sign Up for Justice Alerts:
Are you looking to stay in the loop about local justice actions outside of UUCE Events? Complete this form to sign up for periodic justice alerts!
UUCE Staff will sent out alerts for things in the community that need a fast response, including protests, petitions, and rallies.
Learn more about how to get involved with:
Charters and Budget Requests:
If you’re starting a new group, or submitting your annual charter update and budget request. Click the button to the right to complete your form!