“Justice Partner” congregations are Unitarian Universalist congregations in North Carolina

  • whose governing board (and minister(s)) have established a covenantal relationship with UUJMNC;
  • who financially support UUJMNC by donating at least 1/4 of 1% of their annual operating income to UUJMNC each year through a line item in their congregational budget, a special collection, or other fundraising activity;
  • who agree, if asked, to co-host an event for prospective sustaining donors once every three years;
  • who share information about UUJMNC with the members of their congregation;
  • who have a designated UUJMNC liaison;
  • whose members are connected to and involved with UUJMNC; and
  • who are actively engaged in social justice work within their congregation and in the wider community.

If your congregation is interested in becoming a UUJMNC “Justice Partner” congregation

  • print a copy of UUJMNC’s “Justice Partner” Covenant and Justice Partner information form;
  • share it with your congregation’s minister(s), social justice chair/coordinator, and governing board;
  • ask your governing board to approve and sign the covenant; and
  • scan and email the signed covenant or mail a copy of the signed covenant to:
    UU Justice Ministry of NC
    Rev. Lisa Garcia-Sampson

“Forward Together” Congregational Justice Partners 2018

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Wilmington

The Unitarian Coastal Fellowship of Morehead City