Here is a list of Peace and Justice events you might be interested in:
We help feed our neighbors through contributions to the local food bank. In 2010 we contributed 945 pounds of food, in 2011 we gave 1,408 pounds, and in the summer season of 2012 we sent 1,268 pounds.
Care for the environment has always been a core value. Five or more years ago, some of our members met to discuss the possibilities of converting our church building from electricity supplied by Edison to solar power.
Inland Valley Hope Partners brings together faith communities, businesses, individuals and community groups and ensures the empowerment of people by providing food, shelter and supportive services.
It all comes down to what we do. Being people of faith means that we need to work for justice, speak truth to power, love our neighbor as we love ourselves and get our hands dirty doing the work of love.
We believe that Jesus calls us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, visit the seek, and share a cup of cold water with the thirsty. In other words, we strive to continue Jesus’ work by being of service in the world.