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Referral Specialist, Department of Indian Work

Deadline: August 26, 2020 Position Purpose The purpose of this position is to assist our program participants in gaining access to and connections with programs, goods, services, and educational opportunities that will help them meet their basic needs and then help them make progress towards their economic mobility goals.   This work will include Bridge to […]

Volunteer Food Delivery Driver, Department of Indian Work

Position Purpose The purpose of this position is to deliver food items from Department of Indian Work food shelf to families/clients’ home at various locations throughout St. Paul. The driver should be well-versed and comfortable driving an oversized van. The driver is responsible for delivering food items in a timely manner and make sure the […]

Community Power-Up Outreach Specialist

Project: Power Up Legal Rights Video Series Project timeline: September 2020 – August 2021 Program Background For many years, in partnership with Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, the Black Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, and several supporting faith communities, Interfaith Action has hosted in the Selby-Dale community: Monthly “Community Power-Up” sessions – evening sessions filled with training […]


Standing in Solidarity with our Community

We at Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul are heartbroken and outraged by the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers. We stand in solidarity with our neighbors, guests, and clients who are living in a community where a pandemic and the murder of Mr. Floyd have laid bare stark educational, economic and health disparities.


Open to listening, listening to open

Randi Ilyse Roth, Bishop Jon Anderson, Rabbi Aaron S. Weininger, Rabbi Jill E. Crimmings, and Imam Asad Zaman write in the Pioneer Press about the inclusive interfaith conversations with the Department of Public Safety to help our communities stay safe as places of worship consider re-opening in this pandemic.