Spiritual Practices? RIGHT!
Our spiritual lives are not limited to Sunday morning. Or the Sanctuary. But rather taken into the world, and integrated into the fabric of our lives.
You could say our Spiritual Practices are as diverse as we are.
The UCC calls for: A Just World for All. And we are there. Marching. Advocating. Speaking out. For Water as a Human Right, Women’s Rights, Fighting Racism, Poor People’s Campaign, Reproductive Rights Justice, and the like.
We are called to protect and restore our world… What we do: The Green Screen Film Series, Local Foods Brunch Bash, incorporating energy efficiency in the church and member’s homes and more.
Tutoring @ Whitman Elementary, Pontiac
Our volunteers support an after-school educational enrichment program for vulnerable Hispanic students: building skills in reading and math and helping with homework.
DRIVE: Detroit Regional Interfaith Voice for Equity
As members of this interfaith, non-partisan collection of congregations we are leading work focused on influencing policy creation for equitable education for all students in the state.
The produce from our community garden is provided to food banks in Pontiac and Oakland County to help alleviate food insecurity.