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ENEJ is a network of individuals, dioceses, congregations and organizations within the Episcopal Church who are engaged in a variety of economic justice ministries.  Members work both within the church and in interfaith coalitions in their respective communities.

Over 500 individuals are on the ENEJ contact list and receive the newsletter.  Thousands more access our resources through our web site.  Others are on a listserv which posts regular alerts, book reviews, and sharing of ideas and information regarding economic justice issues.
Supporting (dues paying) members include dioceses, congregations, individuals, and organizations from throughout the United States. 

This network includes some of the leading experts on economic justice issues and programs in the Episcopal Church.  They are active in:

Most are posted (or soon will be) on our web site at www.enej.org.  Otherwise, you can contact Michael Maloney, ENEJ Staff, at meamon@aol.com or 513-531-8799.

We believe that the Episcopal Church is called to do the work of Economic Justice, which includes the support of local economic development projects, such as housing cooperatives, worker-owned businesses, and community based credit unions; the creation of housing, businesses and jobs through the energy and resources of the church; advocacy for worker justice, including the right to organize; and concerns about the effect of the globalization of the economy on workers, the poor and the environment.
Episcopal congregations are being asked to stand in solidarity with those who are being displaced by the shifting economic tide (Church’s Teaching Series No. 10, Economic Justice, by Harold Lewis, p. 79).  The Gospel requires no less.
We believe the Episcopal Church is called to a vocation that addresses the systemic injustices within our society that perpetuate poverty and lack of access to the resources which enhance the quality of life and by which communities and people sustain themselves.

Consider joining one of our working committees.  They are Advocacy, Communications and Promotions, Capacity Building, Education, and Organizing and Empowerment.  Signing up for our listserv will put you in immediate touch with our most active members.

Mail this form with check (payable to ENEJ) to: ENEJ, 5829 Wyatt Ave., Cincinnati, OH   45213

 

 

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