We also affiliate with justice-based organizations. Among these organizations are:
Click on any of the organizations to go to their website for more information.
Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church joined more than 300 congregations in all 50 states and Washington DC, in coordination with the National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT), to help make June 2008 the month for Banners Across America! Congregations of all sizes, from a variety of faiths, in small towns and big cities are joining in this powerful public witness against torture by displaying a banner outside their place of worship during Torture Awareness Month. HRLC continues this practice in June every year.
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Go to https://smile.amazon.com/, sign up with Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church (San Jose) as your charity of choice and a portion of every Amazon purchase you make on amazon smile will come back to the church — at no cost to you!
What could be easier!
Do you have any old electronics you’d like to get rid of? Don’t throw them away! Donate them to Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church for recycling!
We take CPUs, monitors. televisions, radios, cd players, and anything that has an electric cord on it. Simply bring your old electronics by the church any time the office is open or on Sunday morning and we will help you put it in the eWaste storage closet.
Or, click on the EWASTE 4 GOOD logo above to learn how to participate by donating directly to them and have them pick up your items at your home.
Click here to donate now -- remember to type in Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church as the beneficiary.