We are a church growing in our committment to a justice ministry. We are a church of the economically struggling and the well-off. We are a church with a deepening understanding that justice seeking is not simple or easy, but it is necessary.
We seek partnerships with agencies, groups and individuals who share a common commitment to pursue compasionate responses to hunger, substance abuse, homelessness and the lack of health care options that threaten especially the most vulnerable among us.
We welcome the refugee and the stranger as we ourselves have been welcomed and accepted.
How do we do this?
We Join with Others
We are active in the Merimack Valley Project and other community action groups. Our building hosts environmental groups, AA groups and many others.
We Provide Services and Support
We provide lunch for the homeless, monetary and other assistance to community families in crisis, sponsor and support refugees and otherwise make ourselves available to those in need. As we serve we continue to ask, "Why is this happening? Who is responsible? How do we help bring about change?"
We Find our Voice and Speak Out
How does the progressive church become more effective in speaking the prophetic witness to those who have power? We speak as, with and for those who are hurting. Together we are finding our justice voice.
We invite you to join with us in this justice seeking ministry.