Office of Social Justice

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The Office of Social Justice works with congregations and individuals to develop a deeper understanding of and response to God's call to let justice flow like a river in both our personal and communal lives, as well as in the structures of our societies. When we talk about social justice, we mean God's original intention for human society: a world where basic needs are met, people flourish, and peace (shalom) reigns. God calls us, the church, to participate in the renewal of society so that all—especially the weak and vulnerable—can enjoy God's good gifts.

  • Immigration
  • Creation Care and Climate Action
  • Abortion
  • Religious Persecution
  • Refugees
  • Restorative Justice
  • Poverty and Hunger
  • Middle East Peace
  • Indigenous Justice
  • We may be a little biased but we're big fans of Do Justice!

  • Thanks for the question Staci!  Here's a couple that the OSJ staff have been enjoying lately!

  • The Office of Social Justice offers an Advent Devotional series every year.  You can learn more here:

  • Apology accepted, Ken. Thanks for reading!

  • Hi Ken, that quote was in the original article, as submitted to Do Justice by the author. The OSJ has been advocating for comprehensive immigration reform in the U.S. for years, which includes...