MCU congregations are changing the narrative of black youth and families who are court involved. Our 2019 Public Meeting, When They #SeeUsSTL, offers the opportunity to hold public officials accountable on three initiatives: Raise the Age Now Join the coalition… Continue Reading
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We are excited to announce the official statewide launch of Missouri’s Medicaid Expansion 2020 Campaign this Labor Day weekend (Friday 8/30-Monday 9/2)! YOU can be a part of this movement as we work to bring healthcare services to over 200,000 MO residents. … Continue Reading
It’s the time of the year to let the world know that you and your organization stand for community-driven justice in the St. Louis area by buying your ad in Metropolitan Congregations United’s 2019-20 Resource Guide and Annual Report! Ads… Continue Reading
Metropolitan Congregations most fun fundraising event celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary! Jammin’ for Justice 10 is Thursday, June 20, at 6:30pm at The Ready Room, 4195 Manchester Ave in the Grove.
The People’s Key will repeat as our musical guests and TKO grill will again provide food. The Ready Room will provide the cash bar. There are a large number of exciting items for the basket raffle and door prize drawings will happen throughout the night.
Tickets are $25/per person or $40/per pair in advance. The day of the event tickets will be sold at the door for $30. Continue Reading
These mass meetings incorporate task force work, training, and new participant orientation. If you’re curious, please come and see what we’re up to and how you can be a part of it! All regular monthly mass meetings will be at… Continue Reading
There are so many ways to be a part of MCU’s work! Your financial contribution helps us build the power necessary to develop leaders who move their congregations, organizations, and communities to change public policy for the common good. You… Continue Reading
From the Gamaliel Network’s website: Ntosake: The word comes from South Africa and means “She who walks with lions and carries her own things.” This is a women’s leadership training program conducted by and for women. It is designed to present… Continue Reading
DeMarco, who has spent most of his adult life in education, engineering, youth development, and community organizing, will be working on the Break the Pipeline issues and continuing the work on voter engagement. You can reach DeMarco at: email@example.com
They were featured on KSDK this morning celebrating the sale of this historic building. It will undergo a redevelopment involving intentional historic preservation and MCU will assist in lifting up the historically African American Franklin School! The St. Charles County… Continue Reading