Sign Up to be A Grassroots Advocacy Coordinator with the Office of Public Witness
In many of your congregations, you may already have a social witness ministry, a social justice committee or a collection of people dedicated to justice work. The Office of Public Witness invites you to organize and formalize a Grassroots Advocacy Team to engage your congregants and community members in the creation of public policy and the advancement of a justice agenda in 2018 and beyond.

What does an Advocacy Team do?
As a coordinator of an Advocacy Team, you commit to having a relationship with your team, your members of Congress, and The Office of Public Witness over a period of at least a year. We support your team with action alerts, team building and organizing resources, and issue briefs through out the year.

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Between monthly calls, prep for advocacy visits, and organizing, it typically takes around 10 hours a month to be a Grassroots Advocacy Team Coordinator.
Successful Advocacy Teams start with a core organizing group of 3-8 people who are excited about building relationships with members of Congress.
Please tell us what your current social witness ministry entails (soup kitchen, legal clinic, local advocacy, ect.)
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Please check all Advocacy Issues on which your congregation is engaged or would like to be engaged.
Thank you! An Office of Public Witness Staff Member will contact you shortly with more information, invitations to trainings, and
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