1. We believe there is a role for people of faith in activism within our communities and the nation. We are not partisan or uniform in our beliefs and choose to use our voices and positionality to call out structural power issues of justice wherever they may lie through solidarity in Christ.

  2. We value investing in developing leaders from underserved and underrepresented intersectionalities and communities.

  3. We value investing in the development of allies that will help in the fight against injustice.

  4. We value critical faith education as a tool that can illuminate our hearts and minds, grow our faith and equip us to act with love towards our communities and ourselves in a sustainable way.

  5. We believe that reconciliation cannot be done in isolation; it must take place in community. We value a constituency of people of faith from diverse intersectionalities and walks of life. We believe all, including artists, athletes, veterans, poets, graphic artists, pastors, stay at home parents, youth, children, entrepreneurs, community organizers and everyday people, hold a piece to the puzzle of reconciliation.

  6. We believe in the church (universal).