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We believe God calls us to engage with one another and in the community through acts of kindness and social justice. 

Christian Booklet


Everything we do ought to play a role in our liberation, healing, and restoration. From our Sunday worship service to our engagement in acts of social justice, everything we do is connected to our pursuit of peace and justice. 

The church can be and should be a healing place where people can come to be loved and accepted as they are. You don't have to change for God to love you. You don't have to change to belong to our family. We strive to be radically inclusive. 


God is always on the side of the oppressed in the struggle for liberation. For us that means God is on the side of Black people around the United States and around the world in our struggle against institutional and systemic racism. 


We are called to speak love and justice. We speak love to those who are oppressed and have their backs against the wall. We speak justice to those in power and those who align themselves with systems of oppression.


Church can be and should be a place to strategize. We should do more than just come to worship, we should plan how we can work together to make sure that God's love and justice is at work in the world. 


We anchor ourselves in the Nguzo Saba (seven principles) of Kwanzaa. They guide us as we strive to embody God's love and liberation in the world.  Click the images below to learn how each principle connects to our Christian faith.

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