As it reaches its 50th year, the Interfaith Mission Service remains committed to its vision: Become leaders in building a Beloved Community. To help fulfill Dr. King’s global vision of a world where all people can share in the wealth of the earth, IMS seeks to …
- Address the causes of poverty, hunger, and homelessness.
- Replace racism in all its forms with a spirit of sisterhood and brotherhood.
- Resolve disputes through peaceful, non-violent means.
- Eliminate obstacles to economic justice and equity.
To strengthen and enhance our congregations’ capabilities to meet human needs, participate in the public forum, and promote religious, racial and cultural harmony.