Social Justice

  • During coffee hour, we serve Conscious Bean Coffee from San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala to help support farmers with a living wage. 


  • We support this worker-based human rights organization headquartered in Immokalee, Florida. We have joined the coalition in numerous boycotts, petition drives, and marches in an attempt to improve wages and working conditions of the farm workers.


  • Prison Ministry

    On Thursday evenings, volunteers teach life skills and mentor imprisoned youth at the Warrenville Detention Center. We also work to educate the congregation on social justice issues such as mass incarceration and bail bond.

    CONTACT: Gaye Smith -

                        Greg Skiba -

  • LGBTQ Activisim

    As an open and affirming congregation, we embrace diversity and inclusion. As one outward expression of our beliefs, we participate in Pride activities and are members of the Coalition of Welcoming Churches.

    CONTACT: Dave Humphreys -

  • DuPage United

    As members of this inclusive, nonprofit, non-partisan organization, we act with other institutions to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities. Issues and initiatives include affordable housing, mental health as related to criminal justice reform, and gun violence.


  • Immigration Issues

    As Christians, we are called to love our neighbors. Educating the congregation and community about issues facing the immigrant community is central to this call. In support of our local  immigrant community, we are members of the DuPage Immigrant Ministry working with Immigrant Solidarity DuPage.