How do we help?
As a community, we are committed to service—we are committed to moving our resources and ourselves in response to human need.
We think as individuals, and while we may not always agree on initiatives concerning our larger church denomination, we respect and support any work that is on the side of justice and peace, as Jesus' life exampled. Everyone is allowed to find their own way.
To participate in one or more of our initiatives, contact us and let us know you’re interested in learning more.
Gandhi says, "Be the change you wish to see in the world."
According to statistics, the world produces 17% more food per person today than 30 years ago. But close to a billion people go to sleep hungry every night.
- Connect with local partners to lead and influence change.
- Promote and educate in matters of justice.
- Uphold our call to the earth and eco justice.
- Help the most vulnerable populations locally and abroad.
Hunger is not a random condition. Women, children, indigenous people, and other visible and non visible minorities are living with the crushing reality of hunger.
First United Sandwich Program
Foster Care Program International: Children
Nightingale School Breakfast Program
Aunt Leah’s Tree Lot: Women and Youth Initiatives
Meals on Wheels
Wilson Heights United Church Food Pantry
Wooly Tree Project