working for justice
Spirituality and social justice are intrinsically linked. Our faith calls us to do justice and asks us to work towards changing the attitudes and structures of oppression in ourselves and in society. We offer opportunities for service and activism to participate in as a group and individually.
At our house we strive to confront food insecurity on campus by offering free meals each week and our small food pantry. We support students in finding resources for affordable housing and connecting them with support groups and churches around the city.
We have opportunities to reach out in our city by volunteering at food pantries, making lunches for the homeless, worshipping with individuals living in shelters or on the streets, and learning about racism, sexuality, sexual violence, gun control, immigration, and more.