Here are some ways to stay connected to Justice-related ministry work and life
- Submit your United Church-based social justice event or announcement to the regional council Community Connections newsletter! Complete the (new) online submission form here: https://form.jotform.com/PMR-UCC/cc-submissions
- Sign up to Pacific Mountain Newsletters to receive Justice-related news! Tick the JUSTICE NETWORK box on the sign up form, then click Subscribe!
- Visit the topic pages in the mint green box above.
- Scroll through the Recent News section below to see what the Justice Network has been up to, and for important action and invitations.
Regional Minister: Justice (currently vacant)
Alexandra Barr, Admin Support for Justice (she/her)
In addition to my work as Receptionist and Admin Support for the Indigenous Minister, I support Jane in her Justice work. I operate primarily behind-the-scenes, working on the website, the newsletter, and creating some of the visual elements you see. Justice is something that is very close to my heart, and I enjoy that I can work towards making the world a better place through my work.
A Hub for United Church Social Justice Efforts in Pacific Mountain Region
Justice work in the church can often feel lonely and discouraging, working for change that doesn’t come easily, if it comes at all.
Just Conversations is a monthly online gathering for anyone in PMRC wanting to connect with others involved with justice work around the region. It will be a chance to deepen your justice work in your faith, share stories about what is happening around the region and develop strategies for working together to support each other in “being the change.”
It's free, and drop-in style, open to ministry personnel and congregation members. Stay tuned for upcoming Just Conversations announcements: check out the calendar, or the Recent News Posts below.
Recent News: Justice Network
Pacific Mountain Regional Council of The United Church of Canada acknowledges and laments that the Church, its traditions and teachings have caused great harm to …Read More
In the lead up to the May 18th vote regarding the BC government’s immigration detention contract with the federal government, community groups across BC are …Read More