Social Justice

Social Justice and Inclusion Ministry
At Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church (NUUC), we are called by our faith to respond actively and publicly to the injustice and suffering in our community and the larger world. Vision and Mission statements of our social justice work are as follows:
VISION: Uplift our Unitarian Universalist values, principles, and social justice mission to create a more caring, just, and peaceful world.
MISSION: Through direct service, advocacy and witness, education, as well as financial support, Neighborhood Church’s Social Justice and Inclusion Ministry Projects provide engaging opportunities for members and friends to gain greater understanding of injustice in its many forms, to take action that leads to systemic change, and to be of service toward a more caring, just, and peaceful world. Here are current projects:
Neighborhood Church Projects:
Building Bridges Task Force
Green Council
Millikan Truth and Reconciliation
Net Zero Project
Racial Equity Brunch
Social Change Ministry
Social Justice Book Club
Social Justice Knitters

Service Projects:
Esperanza International in Tijuana, Mexico
The City of Pasadena Department of Children and Family Services: Adopt a Child Abuse Caseworker Program

Community Projects:
White People for Racial Justice San Gabriel Valley

Sequoyah High School
If you would like more information or would like to participate in any actions or service opportunities, please contact:
Luis Sierra Campos
Social Justice and Inclusion Coordinator
office: (626) 449-3470 x 18
email: Lcampos@neighborhooduu.org