The NDPC Peace and Justice Committee meets in the church parlor after worship on the second Sunday of each month. Join us to learn more about our work for advocacy and justice.
Presbyterians for a Better Georgia
Presbyterians for a Better Georgia is an organization of several churches within the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta which seeks to support public policy serving “…the least of these” (Matthew 25: 40). Specific state legislation focuses are common sense laws to ensure the health and safety of our youth, provide healthcare for Georgians and care for the indigent, and reduce gun violence. It is our privilege to work in coordination with Elizabeth Appley who represents PBG to communicate our concerns to the Georgia Legislature.
Get InvolvedAudra Grace • [email protected]
We value the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of our brothers and sisters or otherwise identified souls in the LGBTQ community. We celebrate the diversity of individual self-expression and seek to honor the Imago Dei present within everyone. It is our aim in celebrating Atlanta Pride to continue advocating for the LGBTQ community to reduce stigma and call for recognition and respect of human dignity for every individual regardless of gender identification, sexuality, relationship preference or partner status.
Joining Hands for Justice & Peace in Israel and Palestine
In partnership with the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta, we seek to bring an end to the occupation and exploitation of the Holy Land by applying Christ’s teachings through prayer, advocacy, and education.
Get InvolvedBert Weaver • [email protected]
ABLE is Atlantans Building Leadership Empowerment, an interfaith grassroots organization focused on creating space for community members to unite in demanding accountability in local government and push for effective policy changes to addressing community needs.
Gun Safety, LGBTQ Support, and Mental Health awareness are some of the causes we are committed to supporting in our community. We offer education, advocacy, and financial assistance to bring awareness to these concerns.
To learn more about some of the organizations we support, click on the links to their websites.
Get InvolvedKathleen Allen • [email protected]
The 25 percent of this offering that is retained by our congregation and managed through the Peace and Justice Committee goes to benefit our partner in ministry, El Refugio, a hospitality house outside the gates of the Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, GA. El Refugio provides a place to stay for families visiting loved ones at Stewart, the Southeast center for immigrant detainees.