Missouri Faith Voices works to create a more just world by teaching people of faith how to build and exercise their own power to address the root causes of the problems they face. In MFV, this struggle for justice is rooted in our shared faith vision. We use listening, research and advocacy to identify and change conditions to create racial equity and economic dignity.
At the center of our model of congregation-based community organizing is a belief in the potential for transformation—of people, institutions, and our society-at-large. This belief stems directly from MFV’s roots in faith communities, and radiates throughout the organization, influencing the way MFV relates to public officials, to community members, and to one another.