At King’s Chapel service is at the heart of our identity. Each new member who joins the church covenants to worship God and to serve humanity, supporting those in need “as brothers and sisters of God’s family” (King’s Chapel Prayer Book p. 120).
Last Tuesday the Vestry participated in a visioning session for King’s Chapel Social Justice future over the next three years. Is a continuation of work already undertaken by the Community Action Committee, who have worked diligently over the past two years to narrow down our partnerships from twelve to six.
The vestry shared their values, vision, hopes and dreams for our social justice work at this session, now it is your turn!
Choosing strategic partners for our social justice outreach will allow us to engage deeply with the work: It is our hope that these partnerships will engage the entire congregation, from the church school to the pulpit and beyond. By our spring annual meeting we hope to have three strategic partnerships, chosen by the congregation, that reflect the values and identity we hold. We will present and vote on these priorities during the Annual Meeting.
You are invited to come, share your values, and vision for the future of our social justice work on November 15th after Wednesday Evening Worship at 7:15 pm at the Parish House (this will replace the November Theology on Tap). At this session we will learn about the partnerships in which the church is already engaged, and share our values and hopes for this important work.