News from Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul

Annual MLK Breakfast Goes Virtual for 2021

Interfaith Action is once again partnering with General Mills and UNCF on local MLK breakfast celebrations on January 18. The breakfast will be online only this year.

Exploring New Possibilities to Serve Families Experiencing Homelessness

Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul, Ramsey County, and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet will host a second virtual community town hall meetings on January 5, from 5 – 6:30 p.m. to discuss the possibility of leasing the Provincial House for use as shelter for families experiencing homelessness.

Help Our Families as They Move out of Shelter

We are thrilled that several families are moving out of our Project Home shelter and into more permanent and affordable housing! Help them get a good start by providing the following supplies (all must be new): To contribute, email Amber. …

Interfaith Action Launches New Volunteer Opportunities for the Fall

The need for volunteers has not changed in this pandemic; in fact, it has escalated. As we adjust our work to serve our community safely, we invite you to join us — in new ways — to build economic opportunity for all in Saint Paul.

College in Prison Subject of Annual Assembly Conversation

Due to the pandemic, this year's Annual Assembly went virtual with a panel discussion on "Dignity, Education and Economic Mobility for Minnesotans Behind Bars: An Opportunity for Faith Community Engagement."

Interfaith Action Welcomes New Board Members

Interfaith Action welcomes three new members to its board of directions and one to the Foundation board of directors.

An Extraordinary Year, An Extraordinary Response

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Our community has stepped up in extraordinary ways to help us respond to our tremendous needs due to COVID-19 and the systemic racial disparities laid bare by the pandemic and the murder of George Floyd.

Rev. Darrin Goss Discusses Community Healing in Wake of Tragedy

Rev. Darrin Goss, president of the Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) of South Carolina, met via Zoom with clergy engaged with Interfaith Action on June 18 to discuss healing in the wake of a community tragedy.