fbpx

Creating a world where everyone belongs, can thrive, and has a say in the decisions that shape their lives.

Faith in Action is a national community organizing network that gives people of faith the tools that they need to fight for justice and work towards a more equitable society.

Explore the Map


Tools & Resources

Issues

Our agenda is built upon the most critical issues of our time. We advance our work through the following vital categories:

Campaigns

View All Campaigns

Moral Economy

A moral economy is one that is developed with a racial equity lens, and one that permits individuals and families to thrive. …

View Campaign

Flipping the Formula

Flipping the Formula is a year-round program that connects voter engagement to issue-based organizing to build power, sustainability and impact over multiple …

View Campaign

LA RED

All people are made in the image of God and are therefore worthy of dignity, respect and love. LA RED is Faith …

View Campaign

BUILDING A
PEOPLE-POWERED MOVEMENT

JOIN YOUR LOCAL FEDERATION

Our national work is made possible through strong, local organizing. Get involved in your local federation to be a part of this movement.

Join Us

TAKE ACTION!

Take action nationally or in your community – sign a petition or send a letter to your representative.

Take Action

Victory Spotlight

View More Victory Stories

Dane Foster is Free From ICE Detention!

Faith in New Jersey is excited to announce that Dane Foster, a Jamaican immigrant who has been held in detention at the …

View Full Story

Theological Reflections On The Summer Of 2019 In Puerto Rico

Recently, Socorro Ramos-Aviles and I were invited to attend a day long

Continue reading

I will not give up on my community / No renunciaré a mi comunidad

I am a leader with Faith in Florida and a graduate of

Continue reading

How faith reshaped my purpose in life / Cómo la fe reformó mi propósito en la vida

My name is Laura Peniche and I am a mom, a DACA recipient, a

Continue reading

Researching Activism – Faith in Action

By David Perez, student at University of West Florida As individuals in

Continue reading

On Social Media

From Twitter