Social Justice Ministries of the Church Council of Greater Seattle educates, advocates, and organizes with member congregations and develops partnerships with other faith communities and community organizations to help create conditions for social, economic and racial justice in Martin Luther King, Jr. County, the State, the nation, and the world.  We bring a distinct moral and faith voice to issues of our time, drawing on the Gospel values of justice, peace, reconciliation and love.

Our work focuses on several overlapping areas, including:

Homelessness and Housing

Confronting Poverty / Worker Justice

Immigration Reform / Immigrant Rights

Racial Justice

Peace, Justice and Human Rights

 

**Living Wage**

One of our major efforts is around a Living Wage.  Learn more about our efforts, how you can get involved, and resources at www.livingwagejourney.org.

 

**2015 Legislative Session**

The Washington State Legislature will start its 2015 session in January.

Legislative Toll-Free Hotline: 1.800.562.6000.

Find some helpful links for and information about State Advocacy here. 

 

Stay connected 

Sign up for our Action Alert to receive calls to action such as requests for volunteers or for calls to elected officials; or sign up for our Weekly Update to receive notice of social justice events of interest to the faith community in King County.

Invite us to speak

We sow the seeds of social change by working in partnership with congregations and individuals alike to speak and stand up for social justice and for systematic change.  We can arrange for educational discussions of social justice issues.  Invite us to worship, a temple talk, coffee hour, Bible Study, forum or a discussion.

Contact us to find out more about how people in our community are coming together to bring about God's vision for a new earth.

 

 

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Services of Hope create wholeness and renewal in the face of violence.

   
Helping those of us who are going through tough times.
   
Bringing people together to work for social justice.

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