#WhenTheySeeUsSTL

Mark your calendar NOW: MCU Public Meeting: #WhenTheySeeUsSTL Changing the narrative around Black Youth and families that are court involved. Register your attendance:  https://bit.ly/2nMsFOy   Our Agenda: Raise the Age NOW!: Join the coalition that passed the law to keep… Continue Reading

Don’t Navigate the Juvenile Justice System on Your Own: Introducing Family Engagement Partners

Raising children in today’s climate is arguably one of the toughest challenges parents will face. Deciding on the appropriate balance of love, discipline, spoiling, and tough love leaves parents and guardians with questions and doubts about their approach to parenting.… Continue Reading

A Brief History of Metropolitan Congregations United

Faith based community organizing was introduced to St. Louis in 1990 through the efforts of a group of interfaith clergy. They enlisted the service of the Gamaliel Network to help them create three organizations. Those organizations, or clusters, served North County south of 270, North City, and South City. Later two other clusters were formed, one north of 270 and one in South County. There was also a Spanish speaking cluster for a short time. In 1997, the need to act more regional was recognized and Metropolitan Congregations United was formed. By 2012, all of the geographic clusters were dissolved and MCU had become one united organization. Continue Reading