Our justice team has been active since 2013 advocating for environmental justice, First Nations rights, electoral democracy and reform, and hospitality for refugees and disadvantaged families in our community. We implement the justice policies of our national church in a non-partisan manner and develop local partnerships with like-minded organizations such as the Rolling Justice Bus and BC-Yukon Kairos. Here's the link.
We do more than just act. We also support one another personally and spiritually, because it’s easy to feel discouraged some days. We are an inclusive community – all are welcome regardless of faith background. We meet monthly on Sundays at 12 noon at the church.
Check us out if you’d like to:
- Receive personal/spiritual support in your justice/outreach work
- Stand in solidarity with First Nations
- Protect our Island from tanker spills and fossil fuel projects
- Promote electoral democracy and reform
- Learn about other justice issues in our community such as LGBTQ rights and the Site C dam, and global issues such as the Israel-Palestine conflict and the United Church of Canada Mission and Service.