Some of us take to the streets in protest.
Some of us choose civil disobedience and accept the consequences of arrest.
Others persistently visit legislators and advocate for social justice within the legal system.
But “faith in action” can look very different, depending on who we are and where we find ourselves in our lives.
It can mean a commitment to learning to sing hymns in Spanish.
It can mean offering radical hospitality to visitors and members of our communities.
It can mean sharing our gifts for leading worship or financial stewardship.
“Faith in Action” calls us to return over and over again to our guiding values and covenant, whether we serve on a Committee on Ministry or reaching out to our communities.