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Brentwood is part of several justice and outreach initiatives, including the following:

Our congregation collaborates with a handful of churches in the Springfield area in order to provide shelter on cold nights for those experiencing homelessness. This is an effort that requires lots of volunteers and resources, especially during cold months but also around the year with planning and preparation. It’s among the most important things we do as a church.

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Our Justice & Advocacy Leadership Team organizes and coordinates opportunities for us to work toward social justice and transformation on a wide range of issues, locally and beyond.

>> Join our justice & advocacy leadership team

Every year our community garden provides hundreds of pounds of free, healthy, locally grown produce to the Crosslines Food Pantry, which in turn feeds hundreds of local families in need of healthy nutrition. There are plenty of ways you can help tend to the garden, whether you have a green-thumb or not.

>> Join our community garden team

The purpose of the Green Chalice initiative is to connect Christian faith, spiritual practice and creation consciousness in order to demonstrate the fullness of God’s shalom. It aims to empower congregations with ideas and resources to enable them to walk gently on the earth.

>> Join our Green Chalice Team

Brentwood collaborates with dozens of justice and advocacy organizations, doing together what none of us can do alone.

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In partnership with the Rainbow Network, Brentwood sponsors the village of Temoa, Nicaragua.

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