About Methodists for Social Justice
Methodists for Social Justice (MSJ) is a ministry started by members of First United Church. The ministry focuses on the long history of the United Methodist Church’s advocacy for social justice.
What We Do
Methodists for Social Justice embraces the principles of justice today, and seeks ways to educate our community on issues where there are injustices that can be addressed. Some those these include:
Anyone can be a member. Members of Methodists for Social Justice come not only from FUMC, but also from other congregations and walks of life and faith. MSJ members are encouraged to attend and participate in events, contribute annual dues (as they are able) for either an individual ($20) or family membership ($35).
Dues are for 12 months beginning July 1.
Meetings: MSJ meets monthly on the Second Sunday following the 11:00 am worship service.
For more information or to join, meet us at our information table each Second Sunday at FUMC in the Conference Center.