Justice, Michael Hogue says, is a form of relationship. “Not so much
a moral principle or a political ideal as an aspirational form of
relationship” that can only ever exist when it is lived. As Cornel West put
it, “Justice is what love looks like in public.”

If we understand justice as a form of relationship that must be lived in
order to exist, what then, is our vision for this congregation’s role in the
community and world? And to what personal and collective creativity
and courage might we be inspired in public life?

Service Leader: Reverend Kevin Tarsa

Worship Associate: Gail Johnson Vaughan