Faith in Action
Faith in Action is a discussion and action group, open to all, that focuses on justice and advocacy issues from a faith-based perspective.
We are people of faith, seeking justice, bearing witness to the inclusive love of God. We advocate for our neighbors with the hope of reconciliation and restoration of human dignity. While we are concerned about justice issues across the spectrum, our group is currently focused on:
  • advocacy for those experiencing homelessness
  • racial justice
  • justice for our immigrant neighbors
  • LGBTQIA+ equality
Due to the nature of our mission, we may discuss policies we would like to see changed or implemented in our community; however, our group does NOT discuss partisan politics. We hope you will join us on this journey.
Faith in Action
Faith in Action spiritually and practically seeks to bring about positive transformation to the biggest moral challenges of our time with faith-rooted justice work.
2nd & 4th Thursdays @ 7:00 p.m.
Contact Katy Gill
Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community
A book study of the final work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., through which we will examine racial justice in America.
Leader: Faith in Action 
Sundays @ 9:00 a.m.
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Faith In Action Book of Amos Bible Study

In a time of prosperity and peace, fortune and success, the prophet Amos was called to speak a bold prophetic word to the nation of Israel.  “Let justice roll down like waters!” (Amos 5:24). Many have heard this phrase, but what does it actually mean?  We will explore what the prophet has to say about God’s justice in society.
Faith In Action will begin a 4-week study of the book of Amos on Sunday, September 13th.  This study is drop-in friendly; all you need is your Bible. The study will take place Sunday mornings at 9:00am online via Zoom. For more information and the Zoom link, email:
Leader:  Faith In Action
Sundays 09/13/20-10/04/20 at 9:00am