In this season of crisis, many of us are asking: What can I do to make a difference? How can I be a part of the work of healing, the work of justice?
As United Methodists, we’re part of a global community committed to justice in God’s world. Part of that commitment includes a “Peace with Justice” offering, one of six annual denominational offerings that enable us to have an impact on a global scale. You’re invited to donate to that Peace with Justice offering this week (either online or by check, with “Peace with Justice” in the memo line).
Want to learn more about the impact of this offering? Check out the resources below.
Peace with Justice Video:
From UMC Giving:
Moved by Christ’s love to pursue reconciliation and peace, honoring the dignity of every individual made in God’s image, The United Methodist Church is unwilling to turn a blind eye to injustice.
Although you, and possibly even your congregation, may lack the resources alone to effect change in a broken world, your giving is vital for the UMC to continue its global ministries of reconciliation. Because of the Peace with Justice Sunday offering, the people of The United Methodist Church are able to make a difference together by sowing seeds—and yielding fruit!—of peace.
When you give on Peace with Justice Sunday, your gift makes possible our critical kingdom work in the world. Because you give:
- Methodists spearhead a peace ministry uniting Arizona border communities
- United Methodists in Liberia are being equipped to implement the denomination’s Social Principles to address social-justice issue
- Pennsylvania students are educating their community about sex-trafficking at home and abroad
These initiatives, and hundreds of other ones, are possible because you give. Will you continue to support Peace with Justice Sunday?