The Do Justice Ministry mobilizes the people of Community United Church of Christ to advocate for structural change, strengthening our work through collaboration with community groups.

We study, discuss, and advocate for public and corporate policies that an unofficial consensus of the church membership deems important, often brought to us by individuals in the congregation. These policies are centered on such issues as peace, justice, equity, and the integrity of our institutions. The congregation acts through prayers, letters, petitions, rallies, visits, and donations. Our work is strengthened through collaboration with community groups.  It is Do Justice which mobilizes us to attend HKonJ and to participate in Campaign Nonviolence Week.

Do Justice is responsible for selecting the nominees for the Carolyn and Cy King Peace and Justice Award. They also steward our commitment to two resolutions which describe the kind of congregation we want to become: the Economic Justice Covenant and Just Peace Church. Finally, from time to time they bring to the congregation a resolution advocating for a specific public policy, and then represent the congregation in presenting the resolution to the relevant elected officials.


CUCC Racial Justice Affinity Google Group

The group provides a safe platform for members and friends of Community UCC to share about racial justice – our feelings, needs for support, information on current news and trainings, and opportunities for action in the world. Contact us to join the ongoing discussion.


Current projects

Cash Bail Bond Reform

Just Show Up

Racial Justice Pilgrimage resources for congregations

CUCC members carry our banner at HKonJ

Tell us about a change you want to see in the world.