Ecumenical Advocacy Days welcomes inquires from members of the press.
Worship is an essential part of Ecumenical Advocacy Days. It reminds us why we come together as Christians to advocate and it grounds us in our scriptures before we go advocate on Capitol Hill. We make our worship service more widely available to help local church pastors and lay leaders across the country with planning their worship services. Please feel free to use the entire worship service or pieces of it in your local churches.
This year's offering is split between Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute, and International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines Global.