Who We Are


Join Us for Justice is an El Paso, Texas-based, non-partisan, non-denominational organization formed to educate the public about the dangers of faith-based legislation and the consequences of breaching the line between church and state. 

We are a resource for those who seek information and expertise regarding separation issues. We are dedicated to preserving the constitutional principle of church-state separation as the only way to ensure religious freedom for all Americans. 

Contact us if you become aware of  a  situation in which there may be a violation of separation of church and state.  Submit your concern or question by using the 

CONTACT US  form at the bottom of this page.

Upcoming Events


Board of Director's meeting

12 - Noon

Marcus home

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Board of Director's meeting

Join us for our upcoming meeting of the board and general membership meeting. Learn who we are and what we are currently planning. Join us t...

Event Details

12 - Noon

Marcus home


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Be a part of the solution to ensure that everyone, regardless of race, religion, gender and sexual orientation, are treated equally and respectfully under the law. 

The annual membership to Join Us for Justice and American's United for Separation of Church and State is a minimum of $35.  This includes a subscription to the nationally-recognized monthly "Church & State" magazine.  (Donations of $50+ also include an "I Respectfully Disagree" mug.)




* Join Us for Justice, is the El Paso Chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

* AU publishes the award-winning Church & State monthly magazine, the most comprehensive resource for religious freedom current news and trends.

* Files lawsuits in federal and state courts on behalf of taxpayers and citizens to defend religious liberty and protect religious freedom.

* Testifies before the U.S. Congress, and other governmental bodies and trains chapter organizers to provide testimony before legislative bodies in their own communities.

Responds to violations of separation of church and state in El Paso

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Comments, Questions, Concerns

Join Us for Justice

(915) 525-8543