This is Micah 6:8. Do we understand what this means?
Here's a short clip to Understand Biblical Justice!
Our recent sermon series, "A Whole New World" and "Following Jesus in the Bay Area," help us get ready. Go to the "Sermons" page and find even more.
Here are some of the CLC supported organizations that we can join to experience Biblical Justice:
Contact the CLC Compassion Team to learn more, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You don't need to swing a hammer to volunteer with HfH. A little less known, is their Playhouse program. Help paint, draw, glue, create a little house for a child.
Chinatown Coalition gathers and shares information from East Bay and Asian American resources.
Stop the AAPI Hate: AAPI stands for Asian American Pacific Islander
Asian American Christian Collaborative: is committed to amplifying the voices, issues, and histories of Asian Americans in the church and society at large.
Learn more about a local organization, Faith in Action and consider supporting their cause. Help get masks for the people.
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity - advocacy toolkit for releasing vulnerable folks in ICE detention. Take action to help free these people.
Have conversations with family and friends about Black Lives Matter and anti-racism, and process together. Be bold in learning together.
Read books on faith, race, and social justice.
Support Black-owned restaurants around the Bay Area: https://projects.sfchronicle.com/2020/black-owned-restaurants/
Donate to and follow local organizations doing direct work to address racial injustice: https://www.surjbayarea.org
Follow, learn about, and participate in the Movement for Black Lives: https://m4bl.org/week-of-action/
Contact the CLC Social Justice Team to learn more, email@example.com.
In partnership with SAP, the San Jose Sharks Foundation, and the Alameda County Food Bank CityTeam Oakland will be opening more Mobile Food Pantries in Alameda County.
Volunteers are needed to help host both current and future pantries. Volunteers will help set up and run the events. The tasks will include: unloading supplies, making food bags, registering guests, passing out food to community members, and cleaning up.
Times and locations of existing pantries that need volunteers:
Contact Teddy Feldmann, Tfeldmann@cityteam.org for more information.