The ministries of Peace & Justice at Church of the Messiah call us to the courageous and risk-filled work of embodying our baptismal promise to strive for justice and peace and respect the dignity of every human being.


AMOS Health and Hope (A Ministry Of Sharing), is a Christian non-profit organization in rural Nicaragua that prioritizes the needs of vulnerable people in remote, rural areas of Nicaragua through a variety of programs using community-based methodologies. It has core values of a commitment to serve alongside those in need, to live out the Gospel through love in action, and to celebrate with local leaders as they work toward bringing peace, justice, health and education to their communities. Church of the Messiah has been a partner with AMOS since our first mission trip to the small rural village of Cumaica Norte in January 2012.


Through the Ministry to the Unhoused, Messiah parishioners care for the needs in our local community. Currently, Messiah provides “Welcome Home Kits” for individuals and families moving into a permanent housing after homelessness.

To get involved, contact:

Dee Tucker



Church of the Messiah partners with OCCCO to involve parishioner in civic and community engagement in Orange County as well as national peace and justice efforts. OCCCO develops transformational leaders within diverse, multicultural, interfaith communities and equip leaders with tools for finding their personal power and becoming voices of justice within their faith communities and shape equitable public policy throughout Orange County.

To get involved, contact:

Gerson Nunez

(714) 760-7889


Social Justice Film hosts monthly screenings of recent, high-quality films focused on current events. These films are relevant to the evolving social justice awareness and activities of the Church of the Messiah and our surrounding community. Participants watch the film individually and join a Zoom discussion about the themes and issues of the films.

To get involved, contact:

Biff Baker