Welcome new staff member, Dana Kelly. Dana will be working with Demarco Davidson in developing and leading our Sacred Votes campaign. Look for Dana in your congregation this summer!!
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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
4 Meetings, 4 Districts. One is near YOU! Join us with a crew from your church or your neighborhood to knock doors and talk to our neighbors about CLEAN and RUM! We will provide a brief training on how to… Continue Reading