Operation Team for Social Justice
Right Relationship in the World
Diane Dobrowolski, Lead
The Social Justice Teams work to serve, to raise awareness, and to support and partner with people who face injustice. We advocate, organize, and act for justice to live out the values of our faith.
We engage in the world with Denominational Affairs through UUA Study Action Issues and the UU Service Committee (UUSC) and with allies in the broader community.
Check out some of our teams
Check out Saltwater Climate Action Now!, (SCAN!) our team dedicated to raising awareness about climate change.
Through our Share-the-Plate program, one-half of the undesignated funds from our Sunday morning offering benefits a local charity. To nominate an organization to receive our offering for one month, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hospitality House is a dedicated shelter for single homeless women in South King County. Saltwater Church joins with 12 other churches to bring supplies for the upkeep of the shelter operation. For more information about volunteering contact Diane Dobrowolski, Social Justice Lead.
Through our School Outreach Team, we provide mentors to students at local schools. We provide gifts to low income students and families at a local elementary school through our Holiday Giving Tree drive. For more information contact Dorothy Burt
Saltwater Church is a member of Sound Alliance, a community organizing network of more than 30 different organizations working toward the common good in the Puget Sound region. Check out our Sound Alliance Team
The Racial Justice Core Team coordinates educational opportunities, direct action, and partnerships to further the goal of racial justice in our congregation and in our communities.
We’re also a certified Green Sanctuary, a designation conferred by the Unitarian Universalist Association in recognition of our commitment to conducting our church life in accordance with Seventh Principle, to affirm and promote the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part.
And we’re recognized by the Unitarian Universalist Association as a Welcoming Congregation. This means we affirm and include people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer at every level of congregational life—in worship, in program, and in social occasions—welcoming them as whole people.
Want to get involved? Contact Diane Dobrowolski, Lead