BRIDGE Maryland uses intentional relationship building, organizing and intensive leadership development in order to strengthen congregations and faith leaders to demonstrate and advance justice in the world.
Check out this Sun Op-Ed on Juvenile Justice in Maryland -- "Maryland among the worst in protecting kids" https://www.baltimoresun.com/o...
"PROTECT OUR MINORS" -- BRIDGE Maryland's Legislative Initiative
Check out our Justice Work Group's Town Hall meeting, Nov. 20th --
Know Your Why by Michael Jr.
Know Your Rights and Fair Housing 101 Training, Nov. 14th, 3 PM
With Robyn Dorsey -- Watch here for registration, or sign up on our listserv, above, to be notified by email.
Training Leaders in Community Organizing
BRIDGE Maryland provides training for members of faith-based organizations, on the principle that the people experiencing injustice, given the right tools, are most effective in challenging it. Training includes identifying self-interest, relationship building, power analysis and strategic planning.
Some training is offered at every meeting of the General Assembly and of the Religious Leaders' Caucus. More intensive and extensive training is offered through a local 1-2 day training.
All organizational and individual members are eligible and partially subsidized for the longer trainings offered by our national organizing, Gamaliel Network. Updates on Gamaliel Training can be found on their website: Gamaliel Training 2020
Due to Covid 19, in person trainings are currently on hold.