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Interfaith Social Action Group

Bear Creek United Methodist Church and Congregation Kol Ami commit to an interfaith partnership that creates connection with other faith-based congregations, to establish a collective voice speaking out in solidarity with the vulnerable and bringing about positive resolution of moral issues associated with environmental, social and economic injustice.

Upcoming Interfaith and Social Action Events
The Greater Seattle Council of Churches is a clearinghouse for many interfaith and social justice events. There are several upcoming events supporting immigrants and refugees, addressing racism, supporting interfaith relationships, and regarding the environment. Check out the calendar- click the link: Community Events Calendar

Justice, peace, truth, advocacy, action?

Get up to date positions of the United Methodist Church and Reform Jewish Movement:
What we care about!  What you can do!

For more information, visit: https://www.umcjustice.org and http://rac.org


In Solidarity With Charlottesville: An Interfaith Prayer Gathering
Wednesday, August 16th, 7:30pm
Bear Creek UMC (16530 Avondale Rd NE, Woodinville, WA 98077)

How will prayer help?

Imagine this: we combat hate and violence in many ways. One radical act is stand shoulder to shoulder as people of many faiths and backgrounds in solidarity with words of love and peace on our lips–for one hour on a week night.

Please join us. Congregation Kol Ami and Bear Creek UMC are creating a circle of love and a space for grief and a opportunity to catch our breathes and reclaim our power. Our power as people of faith who strive of a better future. A power that enables us to fight evil. A power that enables us to provide shelter for each other.


 

To find out about upcoming Interfaith Social Action events, click here.  Church Council of Greater Seattle’s website.
For more information about the BCUMC /CKA Interfaith Partnership, please contact Connie Gagnon or Debby Heimfeld