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Building Bridges Building Power
A national study describing how community organizing has grown stronger as it bridges divides of race and ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion and immigration status.
Emboldened and Empowered
Susan Engh explores a different understanding of power, people of faith and acting together in community for the sake of justice and social change in this Lutheran Women Today article.
Good for Soul Good for Whole
A study revealing how congregations involved in faith-based community organizing are transforming themselves and their communities.
Hope at Work Discussion Guide
This guide provides suggestions for discussion and actions based on "Hope at Work: 1st Steps in Community Organizing," a resource that helps congregations begin community organizing.
Hope at Work Single Meeting Guide
This is a guide for a single house meeting based on "Hope at Work: 1st Steps in Community Organizing," a resource that helps congregations begin community organizing efforts.
Hope at Work Single Meeting GuideDownload
Hope at Work Six Meeting Guide
This is a guide for 6 house meetings based on "Hope at Work: 1st Steps in Community Organizing," a resource that helps congregations begin community organizing efforts.
Leadership Development for Public Life
This keynote presentation by Presiding Bishop Mark S. Hanson addresses leadership development for public life and community organizing as essential to the mission of the church.
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Striving for Justice
This essay by Rev. John Heinemeier describes the characteristics and precautions of seeking justice and peace in communities through congregation-based organizing.