United Methodists Stand Against Racism
To view the statement on the recent events pertaining to Asian Americans, and for additional resources on combating racism, please see this resource from the United Methodist Church: A Call to Stop Anti Asian Racism.
Learn more about the on-going work of racial justice within the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church: Baltimore Washington Racial Justice page.
Glen Mar has two on-going ministries focused on bringing about systemic change by educating, connecting, and supporting action and advocacy on social justice issues, as guided by the Social Principles & Social Creed of the United Methodist Church.
PATH (People Acting Together in Howard
PATH is a local advocacy group focused on initiatives in Howard County, Maryland. PATH assists local congregations in action, advocacy, and training of people to solve problems in their own communities and to renew the interest of citizens in public life. Glen Mar has been involved in PATH for several years. Learn more.
Micah 6:8 Ministry
The Micah 6:8 Ministry is a home-grown ministry started up in fall 2020, with an initial focus on racial justice. Learn more.
There are many social justice issues to address in our community. Please explore the organizations listed below. Contact them directly for more information or to volunteer.