Social Justice = Faith in Action
Social justice defines who we are more than any other single aspect of Episcopal Campus Ministry.
Our involvement isn’t simple volunteerism or only acts of charity. Faith in Action is a way of life that is in grateful response to God’s grace.
God’s call takes us on a regular basis to prepare a meal for the women and children living in the Raleigh Salvation Army’s homeless shelter. This same call takes us on to witness for peace at the School of the Americas, and to march for economic justice on Jones St. in Raleigh.
On our fall and spring breaks we seek and serve Christ in others at the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry in Newton Grove and as far away as New Orleans.
Check out the organizing work our friends over at the NC Student Power Union are doing, and join the movement!
|HK on J –February 14, 2015. Join this multiracial, multifaith annual event sponsored by the NC Council of Churches, NAACP, and others dedicated to making change on social justice issues (affordable housing, child care, healthcare, education, living wages, immigration) affecting the lives of low-and middle-income residents in North Carolina.|
ECM ‘S Alternative Break Program
Short-term trips over the fall and spring breaks allow students to serve the vulnerable, learn about the systemic problems underlying today’s most pressing issues, and provide an opportunity for transformation. Dare to participate and you will never be the same!
||Spring Break TBA – Spring Break, March 7-13, 2015. Take your ‘faith in action’ to the next level.|