Committed believers in Jesus – not just social, political or cultural.
Serious about addressing Unacceptable Realities in Greater Boston.
High integrity, highly conscious of confidentiality and committed to respecting each other’s differences.
Person of peace – doesn’t matter if it’s the janitor or the Senator.
Not exclusively political nor exclusively non-political – seeking to include people from both spaces.
Proactively maintaining a balance of viewpoints – Republican and Democrat; representative of the racial, gender, and socio-economic diversity of the city.
Exclusivity – not seeking 1000s of members.
To encourage and support one another in our respective vocations – that people would realize they are not alone.
To consider organic opportunities for collaborative action (e.g. work together on some policy initiative or cause).
To resource institutional leaders who want insight on how to effectively engage in the government or political context (e.g. maintain/curate thoughtful content, serve as panelist at church event on political engagement).
We’ll meet periodically (likely not more than once a quarter in any formal capacity).
Stay connected organically as members so choose.
Share information with each other.
Be available as resources for those who want to learn how to effectively engage.