Members coordinate the meetings and many activities of the Social Justice Council
The community impact of the Social Justice Council is felt in many ways: in the Winter Shelter, where two weeks of meals and night monitors are coordinated; in Dove House, for whom a collection is taken; in the Boiler Room, where soup is prepared one Sunday a month; in our LGBTQ community, for whom special events are planned; and in numerous other special interest groups and committees, which are involved? in the annual Social Justice Sunday service. The personal satisfaction that comes from making someone else’s life better cannot be measured. Social Justice work is action oriented and guided by the values inherent in our Seven Principles.
Organizing, communicating, taking initiative, facilitating meetings, being flexible, following-through, keeping records. teamwork, decision making.
Present chairs are eager to train and mentor.