Together is Better Alliance (TiBA) Board of Directors and its dedicated volunteers work to promote reconciliation and recovery which includes:
St. Mark’s is a vibrant, growing, inclusive, and multicultural community rooted in our shared baptismal covenant and secure in the promise that baptism marks us as Christ’s own forever.
RAIN (Racial Awareness in the North Shore) started after a multi-week discussion of the Tim Wise video, White Like Me, in the Fall of 2015. After the series ended, several participants wanted to continue the discussion and formed RAIN. We generally meet the first Tuesday of the month at the Northbrook Library to plan future events. Currently we meet via Zoom.
The Mission of Peoples Community Church is to disciple the churched and the unchurched into the family of God through biblical preaching, teaching and outreach ministry that will help to heal the hurting.
One Community was formed in response to intolerant and xenophobic rhetoric heard around the country, including in our own neighborhoods. We observed escalating bias against segments of our community, including people of color, immigrants and refugees, individuals who practiced other faiths, and more. Welcoming signs were being destroyed, threatening notes were left at schools, unkind and unsettling words were being directed at minority populations.
CHANGE BEGINS WITH ORDINARY PEOPLE
The mission of Unity Partnership is to have a positive impact on the relationship between police and civilians by creating opportunities for interactions that foster mutual understanding, erase negative stereotypes, and develop new pathways for dialogue in the community.