Office For Service & Social Justice
Whether you’re looking for meaningful volunteer opportunities here in the Twin Cities to expand your definition of community (VISION) or to participate in the ongoing discussions about what social justice means, you’ve come to the right place. Information about our programs can be found here on our website via the above links, so please explore. We also encourage you to sign up for the Campus Ministry's e-Newsletter to learn more about our events and programs.
All are welcome to stop by our office in ICF LL 18 or e-mail office director, Jacob Cunningham at email@example.com.
Service and Social Justice is one of three areas that comprise Campus Ministry. The links below will take you to the other two areas: Pastoral Care and Worship, and Spirituality (retreats, reflection series, peer ministry), as well as the University's Office for Mission.
In light of the developing Corona Virus pandemic, VISION has had to reevaluate what our work and engagement might look like as we navigate our “new normal” both on our campus and within the global community.
Striving to be in accordance with both the University Campus Preparedness Plan and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines that help ensure the health and safety of our community, VISION has had to halt our community building programs. We have adapted to virtual and socially distant meetings to continue to foster our community, reimagining our mission, our defining components, and how we might promote justice in these troubled times.
VISION is very much alive and active, and we encourage you to contact us if you have any questions about or interest in our work.