Featured Congregations and Organizations

Growing Parent Power for Change

Interview with Community Organizer Patricia Jelly Growing Parent Power for Change is a project funded in part by the PC(USA)’s Self-Development of People (SDOP). It has grown out of the work of community organizer Pat Jelly and the Elizabeth chapter … Continue reading

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Educating for Values, Not Doctrine

The Kirk School What is this anomaly?! A church school that doesn’t teach doctrine? A neighborhood mission that does not proselytize the Christian faith? How does this satisfy Jesus’ command to “Go into all the world and preach…” Are we … Continue reading

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Not Confined to the Margins

Presbyterian Racial Ethnic Schools and Colleges Emilio Vazquez is originally from Mexico City. He was attending a private school in his hometown and had never imagined that attending high school anywhere other than Mexico City was an option for him. … Continue reading

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Learning from Organizers in New Haven: Interview with Mothers for Justice

Mothers for Justice is a grassroots group that has done work in partnership with Self-Development of People. Ginna: Can you tell me a little bit about who Mothers for Justice (MFJ) is and what you all do? Kimberly Clark: Mothers … Continue reading

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