St. John United takes seriously its constitutional mandate to: “Serve in response to God’s love to meet human needs, caring for the sick and the aged, advocating dignity and justice for all people, working for peace and reconciliation among the nations, and standing with the poor and powerless, and committing itself to their needs.”
We do this by partnering with other organizations, particularly the Faith Action Network (FAN), and by encouraging individuals in our congregation to advocate on particular public policy issues with local, state and federal officials.
Partners in Advocacy
Faith Action Network (FAN). Check the FAN site for Washington State advocacy alerts.
St. John United members marching with Mayor Murray for I-594
On the way to Interfaith Advocacy Day