As United Methodists, we are called to invite people to enter into a community of faith responsive to a vision of justice ministries that is biblically and theologically grounded, and to invite United Methodist congregations to play a prophetic role in bringing God’s vision to reality. Our mission is to advocate the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the church and society.
In the Wesleyan tradition, Church and Society Team of the Minnesota Annual Conference seeks justice in a variety of social issue contexts. This team:
• Provides educational opportunities through workshops and action items
• Encourages members of the churches to act in ways that show the love of Jesus Christ by helping those without a voice
• Administers Peace and Justice grants to provide funds for both local congregations and United Methodist related agencies engaged in ministries to promote peace and advocate for the poor and the marginalized and to develop programs that work towards justice.
Members of the team include both clergy and laity who are passionate about advocating for social justice. The team supports climate justice, victims of human trafficking, immigration justice, justice for Palestinians in the Occupied Territories, children's welfare, racial justice, etc.
They express Christian love not only through words but through actions of justice and mercy.
This team is a branch of the General Board of Church and Society of the UMC.
The team meets on the third Monday of every month at 9:30 a.m. at the Minnesota Church Center in Minneapolis.
Download forms for Peace with Justice Grants
firstname.lastname@example.org / 763-447-9659
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church