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Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with your God. - Micah 6:8

For more information contact Rev. Meg Gaston.

• What We Care About - Current Priorities
• What We Have Planned - Calendar of Events
• How You Can Help – Ways to Get Involved
Who We Are & Who We’re Connected With
What is Our Mission
• Other Resources
Our Current Priorities

• Voting – voter registration, education, and mobilization.  Click here to learn how you can help.

• Dialog – learning to discuss difficult issues from a faith-based perspective.

• Equity & inclusion – partnering with St. Paul UMC on issues of racial healing & reconciliation; partnering with Reconciling Ministry Network as an affiliate working for inclusion & affirmation of LGBTQIA+ individuals.

• Creation care – Jim & Betty Holmes Food Bank Garden, Forsyth Creek Clean-up.

Ways to Get Involved
Study • Serve • Advocate • Witness

• Sign up for our J&R ministry participants mailing list by contacting Rev. Meg Gaston or Suzanne Epermanis.

• Learn more about the UMC Social Principles

• Learn more about current issues facing our community

• Volunteer for service & advocacy projects

• Contact your elected officials - find contact info for local, state & national representatives based on your address here.

Connect with other local groups

Our Mission

We seek to engage with others to study, serve, advocate and witness to the needs for justice and reconciliation in the community as we live out our Christian faith and discipleship. 


“Reconciliation is an ongoing, spiritual process involving forgiveness, repentance and justice that restores broken relationships and broken systems to reflect God’s original intention for all creation to flourish.”

 - Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, Roadmap to Reconciliation


On February 5, 2022, we visited the International Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro, NC.