About UUCA Earth & Social Justice Ministry
Working for justice and equity in our own community and beyond is integral to what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist. Our Earth & Social Justice Ministry (ESJM) is where we organize our justice work and support one another as we strive to live our values, both as individuals and as a congregation. As a congregation, we are charged by our governing documents to “come alive with a passion for justice and work as a faith community to positively affect the environment and lives of people beyond the walls of our Congregation.”
There are many dimensions to how we seek to alert, educate, inspire and involve people in the work of justice. The links on this page identity those areas that are our current areas of focus and contacts for those areas, as well as opportunities to get involved.
The work is overseen by our Earth & Social Justice Steering Committee, which exists to support and facilitate communication about our justice work. For more information contact Lead Minister Rev. Mark Ward or committee members Nancy Heath, Julie Ransom, or Robert Roepnack.