God has no hands but your hands, no feet but your feet, no face but your face.
Join us in cultivating a more just and compassionate world, working together to understand and meet the real needs of our local community and beyond.
The New Sanctuary Movement
Inspired by many examples of Sanctuary throughout the ages, most particularly the sanctuary movement of the early ‘80s for Central American refugees, the New Sanctuary Movement (NSM) is a national effort by religious leaders and congregations of all faith traditions to respond to the crisis of families being broken by an ineffective and unjust immigration system.
Learn more about The New Sanctuary Movement.
Social Justice is defined as “… promoting a just society by challenging injustice and valuing diversity.” Through our common humanity we recognize that we all have a right to equitable treatment, support of our human rights, and a fair allocation of community resources. Learn more about Social Justice issues through our regular educational classes which appear on our Social Justice calendar and through our Service and Education Opportunities.
Without being tied to tangible and realistic action, words cannot bring about meaningful change. Join us as we work to become the hands, feet and face of God, making Social Justice a lifestyle we live; not a thing we do.