As Christians, we are called to "love our neighbors as ourselves." Find here the steps St. Columbans are taking to create a just society, taking on racial injustice, homelessness, refugee response and climate change.
As a Christian community that prides itself on its commitment to families and children, we need to do more.In the The Way of Love, we are called to Go – to cross boundaries beyond our circles and comfort and to join God in healing a hurting world.We go to build a Beloved Community, a people reconciled in love with God and one another.A home for all God’s children.
And so to that end, we call the parish to fully commit ourselves to ending family homelessness in our community, ideally by 2030.Read More »
A Ministry for Racial justice that seeks to educate the parish and ourselves on the impact of racism and racial inequity, to confront white privilege, to promote interracial dialogue and to act against racial injusticeRead More »
St. Columba's has taken the next big step in its goal to become a zero waste church. In the good company of many major organizations (Subaru, GM, Microsoft, DuPont), St. C's has adopted zero waste as a guiding principle for our waste management, but for Zero Waste to be more than just an aspiration, we need everyone to take part!Read More »
For many, the Water Ministry is our opportunity to love and serve the Lord in a real and tangible way. Volunteers shop for food and prepare hot meals for 25-35 guests, four times a week, 9 months of the year. We sign in guests, manage the schedule for showers, dispense towels and toiletries and do several loads of each day.Read More »
Generosity Sunday falls on the last day of the annual pledge campaign. It is a day when we celebrate our financial gifts to St. C’s coupled with giving of time and talent through one or more a church-wide service activities. This year we will launch our MaskForce and St. Columba’s Pen Pals to Persevere!
- When: Launch on October 1…