Racial Justice

As Christ’s church, we value the richness of God’s creation and offer a radical welcome to all people, appreciating our common humanity and our differences. We are a church that does not view diversity as a barrier to unity. We recognize and will challenge dynamics of power and privilege that create barriers to participation and equity in this church and society – for women, people of color, minority ethnic groups, people with disabilities, people who are marginalized or living in poverty, and the LGBTQIA+ community.

Our Racial Justice Committee issued a public statement on March 26, 2020, and sent it out to our local community. For more information contact Nancy Reyes at nancyauerreyes@gmail.com.