Regional Forum: The Church’s Role in Education Equity

St. Mary's, Barnstable
United States

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Over 200,000 children in Massachusetts live in poverty.* Most of these children attend public schools that are under-funded, under-staffed, and struggling to meet state and federal mandates. 

Join the movement for education justice and register for The Church’s Role in Education Equity, a fall regional forum co-sponsored by All Our Children and St. Mary's, Barnstable. Learn how to: 

  • Form a mutually transforming partnership with a local school
  • Build relationships to strengthen your community’s schools
  • Share what’s already going on in Massachusetts congregations

  • Join the community of Episcopalians supporting public education

Participants will leave with hope and encouragement that together, we can effect the change we seek: a deep commitment to education equity as part of God’s dream and the church’s mission. Learn how to inspire your congregation to embrace a transformative, community-minded mission. 

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Registration closes on October 7th.

*Statistic from the National Center for Children in Poverty at Columbia University – numbers as of 2015

"All Our Children invites and equips us to serve and advocate on behalf of children everywhere, that their education might help them grow into their fullest God-given potential." - Bishop Alan Gates
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St. Mary's Church