We are committed to pursuing compassion and justice through our world. From our inception the Covenant has been concerned with helping hurting people (love mercy), and addressing the causes of that hurt (do justice). From a biblically rooted perspective, we provide tangible ways of extending the love of Jesus in deed as well as work, and speak as advocates. Through various ministries, we work to bring the love of Christ and the justice of God’s kingdom to the marginalized, the powerless, and the oppressed.
What’s Happening Now
Join us in this collaborative effort to aid children and families whose lives have been completely upended by the devastating water crisis in Flint. With your partnership we will deliver water and fruit, conduct blood-level tests, offer education on the situation, and help install filters. Items will be distributed at several locations in the city.
Ministries of Love Mercy Do Justice
Developing tools to assist the local church in moving forward in the area of racial righteousness.
Empowering the church to engage with the issue of criminal justice.
Walking alongside churches engaging in community development initiatives.
Inviting the ECC to learn about and respond to current immigration issues with compassion and justice.
Providing assessments and practical tools to move churches along in their intercultural competency and development.
Responding to human suffering and injustice in the world for more than 65 years.