Rebuilding Democracy from the Ground Up:
Why People of Faith Matter
We would like to take a moment to thank everyone who put on and attended our Rebuilding Democracyseries. With the support and handwork of many OTOC leaders and IPL educators, participants were able to learn about their important role as a citizen in relation to faith. Over the course of three months, we were able to reflect upon relationships within the community and how to positively effect change.
July 8, 2019
Reflecting on Democracy: Broad Based Community Organizing
Learned about broad-based organizations and how congregations from different denominations and other caring institutions work together for the common good. As well as, reflected on OTOC & IAF (membership, history, affiliations) acting toward a community that works for all.
August 12, 2019
Reflecting on Democracy: Importance of Relationships
Discussed the importance of public and private relationships and how this relates to congregation and the
October 17-19, 2019
Rebuilding Democracy: Why People of Faith Matter
Learned effective organizing practices in order to create change in our local community, and met others who are committed to developing relationships across lines, such as race and religious denomination.
Provided congregations and organizations with the tools and steps the need to develop leaders to empower their own communities.