Advocacy – We seek to inform, motivate, empower and support the Episcopal Church Millennium Development Goals for justice for all of God’s creation through resources and partnerships.
Living Our Faith (Advocacy) is a standing committee of the Faith in Action Ministry. The establishment of the committee is based upon our affirmation to promote justice, equity, and compassion in human relations; and our affirmed goal of a world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. Contact Donna Colombo.
Other Ways to Get involved
Affordable Housing – Habitat for Humanity All Faiths House
Pleasant Creek Homes is designed to meet the needs of Walnut Creek’s working families. The development will include 10 efficiently designed two, three, and four bedroom homes. Our homes will be 2-story duplexes and triplexes incorporating extensive green features.
- Donate funds or in-kind goods
- Spread the word and advocate for affordable homeownership in your community
- Volunteer on-site
- Join a Habitat committee to support specific organization functions
Become a volunteer speaker
- Pray for our mission, the well-being of our families and the safety of our volunteers
- Partner with other faith communities to achieve these goals!
– Contact Emily Hopkins
West Downtown Specific Plan
The goal of the Plan under development is to create a vision for the area and develop a regulatory framework for future development and public improvements. By attending Community Workshops we have the opportunity to advocate for affordable housing and social services. Be a voice for those that may not have one. Watch News and Announcements for upcoming Community Workshops.
Walnut Creek Action for Homeless
Members of the community have joined together to research possible ways to further help people in Walnut Creek that are currently homeless. St. Paul’s Faith in Action Ministry supports this effort by providing meeting space and organizational activities – Contact Donna Colombo