Justice, Mercy, Faith.
Famine, Clean Water, HIV/Aids, Poverty, Prison Reform, Civil Rights, Peace, and Abolition … Communities of faithful people have long led the way in great works of justice and mercy as commanded by their sacred texts and in devotion and worship to God.
Love146 receives support from many gatherings of believers, primarily Christian churches, and we are deeply grateful. We invite and welcome people of all faiths who find common cause in our struggle to join us and work for the abolition of child trafficking and exploitation.
INVITE A LOVE146 SPEAKER
Consider inviting a speaker from Love146 to share our work with your congregation. Invite your neighbors to come and hear. A Love146 speaker is the best first step in getting your faith community engaged with Love146. If you are interested in hosting a Love146 speaker, please email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
FUND THE WORK OF JUSTICE AND MERCY
We invite faith communities to support the work of Love146 financially on a monthly or annual basis. Support our general operations or allow us to match your community with a Love146 program area or partner of special interest to you. Faith communities interested in becoming a Funding Partner of Love146 can contact email@example.com for more information.
ADVOCATE FOR THE OPRESSED
Love146 offers our most passionate advocates the opportunity to gather as a local volunteer Love146 Task Force. Task Forces meet monthly to learn, host events and come alongside the work of Love146. Many of our funding partners also host a Love146 Task Force. You can find out more about Love146 Task Forces by going here.
FAITH COMMUNITY NETWORK
Faith communities who engage with Love146 on an ongoing basis in any or all of the above ways become part of our Faith Community Network. “FCN” members receive special updates and news from Love146, opportunities to pray for our people and our work, and special resources for faith leaders designed to help inspire their people in the work of justice and mercy.
Church liturgy for faith communities Response cards for your congregation
*created by pastors within Love146's Faith Community Network