God made humans in the image of God

Each and every one of us is worthy of equal value and dignity.

For Methodists, striving for social justice is a keystone of their faith.

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The Methodist Church has made a commitment to be a Justice Seeking Church. This builds on a long and impactful history of engaging in social action and pursuing social justice.

There are six Principles for Justice that reflect our theology and direct our actions. At the core of these principles is God’s love. They offer a focus to our commitment in seeking transformation of the world and are outworked in the Priorities for Justice.

These five priorities are tackling inequality and poverty, enabling a flourishing environment, seeking justice for refugees, opposing discrimination, and pursuing peace.