Adorers of the Blood of Christ

The Adorers seek to educate ourselves and others on important issues of social justice in our world.

Tragedies such as poverty, war, racism, and global warming separate us in a way that does not mirror our hope for the Kingdom of God.

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Archdiocese of St. Louis Peace & Justice Commission

In May 2015, Archbishop Carlson appointed 27 individuals to serve as members of the Commission.  The Commission is comprised of a diverse group of 18 men and nine women.  Members of the Commission include lay persons, clergy, religious sisters, police officers, attorneys, and educators.  Marie Kenyon is the director of the Peace and Justice Commission.

The Commission will develop its priorities by looking at how issues affecting our region specifically impact the family.  As Catholics we believe as Pope Francis states “the family is the fundamental cell of society, where we learn to live with others despite our differences and belong to one another.”  By working to help strengthen the family, the Commission hopes to help build stronger communities and a peaceful and just region and world.

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Central Reform Congregation

Throughout our history, CRC has been a shelter of peace where everyone is warmly welcomed. But we have also been a bridge to the larger community, with a commitment to the Jewish principle of “Tikkun Olam” – “repair of the world.” We understand and accept our responsibility to be a part of the solution in our neighborhoods, our city, and our world.

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Christ Church Cathedral

Formed after the shooting of Michael Brown, the Pursuing Racial Justice committee is the largest of Christ Church Cathedral’s lay committees. As a mixed group of ages, races, and backgrounds, we are dedicated to addressing the question, “How can we be an inclusive and justice-oriented church?”

The Pursing Racial Justice Committee is open to all, and meets after the 10:00 AM service on the first Sunday of every month in the Davis Room.

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Christian Church of Mid America (Disciples of Christ)

The Reconciliation Ministry is a ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).  They seek to become an anti-racist, multi-cultural region that is a fully inclusive, transformed church, where racial and cultural differences are seen as assets. Its aim is the formation of leadership to facilitate the long-term process of collective identity transformation within the Disciples community. Although its ministry focuses on the eradication of systemic racism, it is clear that this task cannot be accomplished without the transformation of individual lives and the fostering of dialogue among people

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Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

The mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri’s Dismantling Racism Commission is to dismantle racism through education, dialogue and action

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Faith for Justice

Faith for Justice is a coalition of Christian activists pursuing the biblical call to action in the public sphere.

Metropolitan Congregations United (MCU)

Every citizen has the right, and the responsibility, to take part in the democratic process, to become aware of the issues that affect him/her, to identify solutions, and to develop relationships with the policymakers who can bring about change. This is the core philosophy of Metropolitan Congregations United (MCU).

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North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice

North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice is an initiative of people of faith who envision north St. Louis County as a vibrantly diverse area, where residents, schools, and businesses can flourish in an environment of dignity, justice and racial harmony.

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Peace Tree Spirituality Center

Peace Tree’s Race & Grace program creates space to wrestle with matters of race that have shaped our stories and life experiences in an effort to begin truly seeing and hearing each other, which is one step in the work of the much-needed healing in this region.  The classes meet once a month for six months.

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St. Louis Reconciliation Network

The mission of the St. Louis Reconciliation Network is to heal the broken race relations of the St. Louis area by harnessing the potential collective power of its diverse faith communities.

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St. Louis Standing on the Side of Love (Unitarian Churches of St. Louis)

The Facebook page below is designed as an information clearing house for SSL activities going on through St. Louis Metro Unitarian Universalist congregations.

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