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Congregational Life: Social Justice: Education

online and in-person connections for service and justice work

Children's Books

    Walking for Water: How One Boy Stood Up for Gender Equality (CitizenKid):  Hughes, Susan, Miles, Nicole: 9781525302497: Books     Look Inside One Thursday Afternoon


Tweens & Teens Books

Rolling Warrior

Books - Adults

The Choice We Face     Reading, Writing, and Racism     The Right to Learn     School Clothes     School Moms     Teaching at Twilight

Local/Regional Connections

Foster Grandparent volunteers provide one-on-one mentoring a few hours a week to at-risk youth to help them boost self-esteem and overall success. Volunteers can positively impact the lives of children and youth, find a meaningful way to give back, and earn extra income.

In this COVID-19 environment, Foster Grandparents are finding ways to support teachers and students remotely through phone and video chat.

Learn about becoming a Foster Grandparents partner site here.

Learn about benefits, who qualifies, and how to volunteer here.

Bridgemakers is a holistic civic, social, and financial capacity building platform which amplifies the stories and mentors the leadership of black, brown and otherwise marginalized youth. We build bridges between young artists, activists and entrepreneurs with experienced leaders to engage intergenerational collaboration in breaking cycles of miseducation, poverty, violence and addiction. Together, we’re reimagining and revitalizing marginalized communities to flourish with passion purpose positive relationships and power.



The Centering the Silenced Summit featured 15 voices that have been historically marginalized and silenced. These humans answered one main question for us - what is the single greatest social or liberative challenge facing us, as Christians, at this time? During our chats, we spent some time breaking down their answer and looking at the critical and practical ways that the Church should respond.