Pilgrim people serve on Network and Synod Committees such as the Solidarity & Justice Community and the Synod Covenanting Committee as well as participating in local cultural immersion programs such as AboutFACE and in overseas visits and working parties through Uniting World. Pilgrims are also involved in our Circle of Friends supporting refugees and in local work with Amnesty International. If you are interested in Social Justice issues and would like further information on any of our activities you are welcome to contact relevant people through our ministers or the office.
See the latest Pilgrim activity on our Social Justice News page.
The Judith Blake Fund A separate fund has been established in Judith Blake's memory to assist young women to attend national and international conferences and leadership opportunities. Judith Blake OAM was a member of this church and a staunch supporter of social justice, particularly relating to women's issues.
Contributions to the Judith Blake Fund can be made through the office. Contact the office or the ministers for details.
Panel left: In Joppa there was a woman named Tabitha, who was believer
(Her name in Greek is Dorcas, meaning "a deer") She spent all her time doing good and helping the poor.
(The Bible - Acts 9:36)