SOCIAL JUSTICE TEAM

"You shall love your neighbor as yourself."

Mark 12:31

The Social Justice Team works towards living into our Strategic Priorities of Missional Outreach and Social Justice. To help educate, disciple, and model ways to transform for the better those people and causes we seek to serve locally, nationally, and internationally.

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Currently we partner with Woodlawn Faith UMC in worship and missional exchanges, as well as opportunities that you can find in our weekly newsletter (click the "Subscribe" button, below, to receive our weekly newsletter). We have a Social Justice section in our church library where you can check out books. We are offering tips for Creation Care in our weekly newsletter. 

 

Learn more about the Social Principals of the United Methodist Church.

The Social Justice Team comes together every 8-10 weeks to share what we are working on and plan for other ways to engage in our church and community. Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 30th at 7:00pm and will be on Zoom. If you wish to know more, be part of a book and /or Bible study, or to actively participate in one of the above areas, please contact socialjustice@aldersgate.net.

Woodlawn-Faith UMC Partnership

Aldersgate UMC is currently partnering with Woodlawn-Faith UMC in worship and missional exchanges, as well as other events you can learn about here and under Upcoming Events. There are also opportunities to serve with Woodlawn-Faith UMC, such as Food Distribution on Fordson Road and to serve at the Community Gardens at the Grist Mill Park.

 

Woodlawn-Faith UMC is an African-American congregation in our area. This partnership came out of our work on our Focus 2025 Strategic Priorities. We heard you as our congregation wanting to be more diverse in worship and in engaging with our community. 

Upcoming Partnership Events
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Woodlawn-Faith Food Distribution

Friday, October 7th | 9:00am - 2:00pm

7730 Fordson Rd, Alexandria, VA 22306, USA

Help pack food boxes for distribution to folks who come to collect food.