Community Engagement Articles
Churches across the country are coming together to support the Harm Reduction movement, a movement for social justice built on a belief in, and respect for, the rights of people who use drugs. Here are some ways faith communities can get involved.
New Beginnings, New Challenges: Recognizing Excitement, Anxiety, & Everything In Between When Blessing Backpacks
New beginnings bring new challenges. These backpack blessings recognize the excitement, anxiety, and other big emotions that students have as a new school year begins.
Welcoming new and returning students to a campus ministry setting takes preparation. Properly planned, campus ministers can spend their time engaging all students.
A conversation about racial justice and why people of faith should be engaged in working towards an equitable America with James McKim, Liz Miller, and Parker Garrett.
For many congregations, it can feel like the building is either the default center of the mission or has eclipsed any sense of mission. How can faith communities embrace or expand beyond the brick and mortar to find what the Holy Spirit is calling them to do?