News from Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul

A Report on the 2019 Annual Assembly

Nearly 300 people gathered on May 30 for Interfaith Action's 2019 Annual Assembly and to hear veteran journalist Ray Suarez.

Ray Suarez Speaks to Annual Assembly

The veteran journalist shared shocking information about demographic and social trends that are having a significant effect on our religious institutions.

Is Organized Religion Reaching its Expiration Date?

Bill Brady writes for Minnpost about the impact of projected demographic changes on faith communities.

How Should We Make the World a Better Place?

Interfaith Action's Randi Ilyse Roth shares insights into four traditions in philanthropy.

Good Things Happen When Faith Gets to Work

Interfaith Action's Randi Ilyse Roth shares the organization's vision in this op/ed piece for the Pioneer Press.

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church

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St. Matthew’s has been a Project Home site for nearly two decades. Now the church has signed on as an “anchor house of worship”.

Faith Community Commitment is Building

The faith community is stepping up to the plate in so many ways to build opportunity in Greater Saint Paul. Congregations clearly want to help build pathways out of poverty.

Family Homelessness at Epidemic Levels

Remarks by Sara Liegl, Director, Project Home, who spoke on a panel at a recent “Community Conversation on Poverty”