End hunger and poverty
Engage with the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People to form a mid council (synods and presbyteries) SDOP committee, set up a workshop, partner with local low-income, grassroots groups, or invite a representative to your congregation.
Restore communities impacted by disasters
Support special appeals for catastrophic disasters in the U.S. and the world.
Support a U.S. community recovering from a disaster by scheduling a work team from your congregation.
Create a study group and schedule a screening of a nationally-recognized PDA documentary on international disaster, refugee detention, resettlement, the Flint water crisis or gun violence.
Promote peace and transform cultures of violence
Host an International Peacemaker to better understand peace and justice concerns around the world through Presbyterian Peacemaking.
Schedule a showing of “Trigger,” a documentary highlighting the societal impacts of gun violence.
Organize a discussion group with resources like “Five Risks Presbyterians Must Take for Peace,” a book developed by the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy.
Solidarity with people
Lift your voice in the public arena for justice and human rights, and engage in public advocacy with the Office of Public Witness.
Pray and take action during National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month; promote the Tourism Child Protection Code of Conduct.
Learn about and join in efforts to address the refugee and immigration crisis.
Connect with the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations and attend the Commission on the Status of Women or other U.N. events.
Solidarity with creation
Become certified as an Earth Care Congregation through the Presbyterian Hunger Program.
Consider socially and environmentally responsible investments; connect with the Committee on Mission Responsibility Through Investment.
Work for environmental justice through the Office of Public Witness and the Presbyterian Hunger Program.