Social Justice/Action Committee

The Social Justice/Action Committee (SJAC) provides the fellowship with opportunities to participate in and witness social justice activities and educates about social justice issues. SJAC meets at 6:30 pm on the third Monday of each month to discuss Second Sunday Offerings, potential speaker opportunities, and other social justice opportunities to present to the fellowship. SJAC also includes the following targeted groups:

Fork & Spoon

Family Promise

Environmental Justice Task Force


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Fork & Spoon

Formerly known as The Community Café, Fork & Spoon in partnership with local faith communities and service organizations, has been established to provide hot evening meals to those who need them. The Café serves people of all ages and will provide hot meals from 5 to 7pm every night of the week. UUFB members and friends volunteer on the fourth Thursday of each month from 4:30-7:30pm. If you are interested in helping with this service, please contact Randy Babbitt at wrbabbitt@gmail.com.

 

For more information about UUFB and Fork & Spoon you can read our UUFB and Fork & Spoon page.

Family Promise

“Working together to end homelessness, one family at a time.”
Since 2006 Family Promise of Gallatin Valley in Montana has been a non-profit organization working with a large base of local volunteers to provide shelter, meals, training, and many other necessities to bring lasting solutions to families in need.
Members and friends of UUFB serve as evening and overnight hosts for families in need. To get more information about UUFB and Family Promise, and find important dates, head to our UUFB and Family Promise page.

 

The Environmental Justice Task Force

 The Environmental Justice Task Force is looking for new members! We focus on issues related to the environment and our covenant of “respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.”
 

 

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“We know that religious spaces haven’t always been welcoming places for all people, especially when it comes to gender and sexuality. We are out to change that.

For 25 years, the UUA has worked hard to make sure lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people are full members of our faith communities. Being welcoming means striving for radical inclusion, and creating spaces that honor every part of our identities, backgrounds, and experiences.”