As jobs disappear and economies suffer, many who already faced tough situations find themselves in dire straits. All around us, we see the need to "feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, welcome the stranger, clothe the naked, care for the sick, and visit the imprisioned" (Matthew 25:35). These hard times dramatically illustrate the ever-growing needs of our neighbors.
The policy of the Episcopal Church creates a framework for our efforts toward socio-economic justice. Together, we can make make the world a better place as we work to eradicate poverty, improve healthcare and education, promote inclusivity and protect civil rights.
Working together for justice.