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United Methodists are called to love their neighbors by seeking peace and justice for all. As a denomination and as individuals, we seek to discern how to faithfully do that in a broken, beloved world.

Welcoming the Stranger

The UMC’s General Board for Church and Society recently released a statement opposing the sending of U.S. military troops to the border. Click here to learn more.

Join Our Micah 6:8 Team

Micah 6:8 Team addresses social justice issues through study, education, advocacy and action.  Contact Joe Burton for information.

“What does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

Third Tuesdays Social Justice Forum

This forum is a monthly series exploring social justice issues, meeting at 7 PM in the Conference Room on the third Tuesday of every month.

Join us April 16 at 7 PM to hear from through video from John Dear regarding his new book “They Shall Inherit the Earth: Peace & Nonviolence in a Time of Climate Change.”  Come and  explore Dear’s perspective on climate change as the natural consequence of a global systemic violence, intimately connected with racism, sexism, classism, militarism, and war. We’ll give special attention to how we can undertake constructive programs for a new eco-sustainable culture of nonviolence.

John Dear was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina where his father was the publisher of the local newspaper. He graduated from Duke University.  John is the Outreach Coordinator for Campaign Nonviolence, a program of Pace e Bene.  He is an internationally known voice for peace and nonviolence. John is a peacemaker, organizer, lecturer, and retreat leader who has published 37 books. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize three times, including by Archbishop Desmond
Tutu, He is a Catholic priest of the Diocese of Monterey, California.

Care of Creation Advocacy Group of Pullen Memorial Baptist church will present the video in partnership with Campaign Nonviolence NC.