Engage your Faith and Citizenship
Please review the following new and revised resources to carry out your faith and live into your responsibilities living in community with others.
Faith and Citizenship Guide for Advocacy
An updated version of our Faith and Citizenship Guide for Advocacy is now available in English! This resource seeks to help you fulfill your baptismal covenant to strive for justice and peace. While it is focused on the federal level, the advocacy tips and tactics we recommend throughout the guide are applicable to state and local advocacy as well. Use this for your personal development or take on advocacy strategies in your congregation with more confidence.
Sign up to help work our election!
Become a poll worker! Hundreds of thousands of people are needed as poll workers to help make this election run. Many poll workers are older, and thus in a demographic at higher-risk to COVID-19. Because of this, states are concerned about a shortage of poll workers. If you are in a low-risk category for COVID-19, consider being a poll worker for this year’s election. And in many places, poll workers are compensated for their time – sign up today!
Finally, in case you missed it, our election engagement toolkit has prayers, scripture, tips for advocacy, and action steps for casting your vote and helping others vote as well. Check it out in English and Spanish.
Remember to create a #MyVoterPlan laying out the steps you need to take and when in order to successfully vote in the 2020 election.
Get your “I’m an Episcopalian and I Voted” stickers and magnets and pins! Write to us to get yours today!
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