Metropolitan Congregations United

Rev. Dietra Wise-Baker explains the plan of Metropolitan Congregations United's clergy caucus on November 22, 2014 in preparation for the Michael Brown grand jury announcement. (KMOX/Brad Choat)

St. Louis Clergy Caucus To Open Churches To Protesters

Spokeswoman says they’ll be places of rest and nourishment following the Michael Brown grand jury announcement


Dr. John Jackson, president and CEO of the Schott Foundation for Public Education, takes a seat at St. John's UCC church in St. Louis on November 1, 2014 (KMOX/Brad Choat)

Reforming Public Education Takes Us All

That’s the message Dr. John Jackson of the Schott Foundation delivered to St. Louisans


"After Ferguson" event at Metropolitan Congregations United on August 28. Photo courtesy of Facebook/Metropolitan Congregations United

Metropolitan Congregations United Promises Action in St. Louis

Metropolitan Congregations United, in the wake of Ferguson, promises action on issues it says St. Louis has been talking about for years—issues important to the people of North County.


Aldermen Scott Ogilvie (KMOX/Kevin Killeen)

Board of Aldermen Passes Foreclosure Mediation Ordinance

The measure was sponsored by Aldermanic President Lewis Reed and still needs the signature of Mayor Slay.


Holy Trinity

Local Congregations Gather To Honor Labor

“From the Catholic tradition, it has always been point to try to support organized labor and this is one great way we can do it.”


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