Faith Community Partnerships
No matter where your community resides–whether it’s in the workplace, classroom, or congregation–Common Hope can help you explore what it means to be a global citizen.
Today’s faith communities are havens for those of all ages, races, and creeds–a place where one can deepen one’s faith while also building relationships, exploring activism, and serving the greater good. Common Hope is committed to helping communities of all faiths and sizes connect to the world and to each other.
Through a lens of awareness and kindness, your faith community can become a place of inclusion, social awareness, and profound impact. From adult groups, to Sunday School classes, to the broader congregation, Common Hope has partnership opportunities to fit your community’s unique needs.
Faith Partnership Activities
As unique as each of its members, Common Hope understands that each faith community is different. As such, there are a variety of ways your community can partner with Common Hope to help end the cycle of poverty in Guatemala.
Proudly Partnering with these Faith Communities
Calvary Lutheran Church, Perham, MN
Columbine United Church, Littleton, CO
Excelsior United Methodist Church, Excelsior, MN
First Congregational Church, Western Springs, IL
Faith Lutheran Church, Albuquerque, NM
Faith Lutheran Church, Waconia, MN
First Parish in Brookline, Brookline, MA
Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, Minneapolis, MN
Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, Kirkland, WA
Immanuel Lutheran Church, St. Paul, MN
Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN
North Immanuel Lutheran Church, Pelican Rapids, MN
Orinda Community Church, Orinda, CA
Robbinsdale Parkway United Church of Christ, Robbinsdale, MN
White Bear Lake United Methodist, White Bear Lake, MN
Want to Learn More?
If you are interested in getting your faith community involved, please contact Teresa Bettmann, Outreach and Partnerships Manager, at TeresaB@us.commonhope.org or 651-917-0243. We look forward to speaking with you!
Common Hope welcomes anyone willing to serve the poor, and we serve those living in poverty without regard to religion. We honor all beliefs that lead people to health. We embrace spiritual values such as hope, forgiveness, compassion, respect, love, service and the pursuit of peace. Common Hope recognizes that people, whatever their beliefs, are equal and deserve respect. We value the strength that diversity offers, and acknowledge that we are all connected.