Our Faith in Action ministry works to make our values real in our lives, congregation, and the wider world. We work closely with partners to advocate, serve, and organize for justice in the world. 

The Faith in Action Core Team serves as the organizing and coordinating body for the church’s social justice efforts. The team includes representatives from our initiatives and partnerships. As a congregation, we have active teams working for ecological justice, racial and economic justice, sex and gender justice, and getting out the vote.  We partner closely with local organizations to work for reproductive justice, immigration justice, food security, LGBTQ+ justice, and more.  We work with local, statewide, national, and international partners — both Unitarian Universalist and others. 

In addition, through our Share the Plate program, we give away 80% of our offering each week to an organization doing the work of caring, compassion, and witness in the world.  These organizations are chosen by the issue/action teams.

The team strives to educate the congregation on social justice issues by sponsoring informational forums and publishing articles in the church newsletter. The team also selects annual recipients of the Connolly Award, which recognizes those involved in community service and social justice work.