JUSTICE & MERCY
As a Christian embassy on Capitol Hill, our highest priorities are loving God and loving our neighbors, including seeking the welfare of the city where God has placed us (Jeremiah 29:7). We partner with local ministries aimed at shielding and giving voice to the most vulnerable among us—the poor, the orphaned, the widowed, the displaced, and those who have no voice. Click on the links below to learn more about ways you can join us in loving our neighbors.
The Sunday Lunch Cafe, a hot-meals ministry for displaced persons. For information about serving, click here.
The Porch, a discipleship ministry for at-risk teenagers and young adults. For more information, click here.
Little Lights, a holistic community ministry for at-risk families. For more information, click here.
DC 127, a ministry supporting children and families involved in DC’s foster care system. For more information, click here.
Casa Chirilagua, a ministry to Latino children and families in South Arlington. For more information, click here.
Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center, encouraging and supporting parents in choosing life for their children. For more information, click here.
Central Union Mission, a comprehensive ministry for displaced men. For more information, click here.
Christian Legal Aid of DC, providing free legal counsel and support services for the poor and displaced in Washington. For more information, click here.
The Church of the Resurrection also offers a course on justice and mercy, entitled Just Christianity. You can read an introductory lesson here. If you would like to find out more or register for the course, email the director here.