As part of our baptismal covenant, we promise to “strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.”
St. Paul’s engages in vibrant and desperately-needed outreach to make an immediate difference in the lives of people in crisis as a way of living out this promise. In pursuing social justice, we also work to come up with positive solutions to address larger questions about injustice in society. To use the old metaphor, the difference between outreach and social justice is the difference between giving a person a fish to eat for a day, and teaching the person to fish to allow them to eat for a lifetime.
If you would like to access some resources, prayer, or taking action, here is a guide.
Ways You Can Help: A Parish Guide
Exploring Racism and Discrimination in America
This ten part series offers videos, readings, and small group discussion to help us "walk through chapters of America's history of race and racis…
The Episcopal Public Policy Network
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