Joining the Network

MnMN seeks to inspire, connect and support those working and learning across faith traditions for greater impact. Please join the network! 

Becoming part of MnMN is an opportunity to support and strengthen networks of people and entities committed to building trust and forging alliances to build a more just Minnesota. It is for seeking resources and being resources; for seeking connections and being connectors; for seeking support from others and being support for others; for teaching and for learning.

Friends, Individual Members, and Organizational Partners all share the network’s mission, vision and values.

Friend

A friend is someone who is excited about and committed to multifaith work and wants to receive information and/or be involved and part of a movement to build a more just and loving Minnesota. You may or may not claim a religious, secular or spiritual identity. This level of membership is free and provides:

  • Regular electronic communications from MnMN
  • Member event pricing, when applicable

Individual Membership

Any professional or volunteer in any type of multifaith work who has a passion for resourcing others, a desire to strengthen their own knowledge and skills, wants to get involved and be part of a movement to build a more just and loving Minnesota, and is willing to make a donation is invited to join our network at this level. You may or may not claim a religious, secular or spiritual identity. Becoming an individual member provides:

  • Regular electronic communications from MnMN
  • Member event pricing, when applicable
  • Opportunity to suggest events, news and information for wide electronic distribution and posting on MnMN’s website
  • Opportunity to suggest volunteer, employment and internship opportunities for posting on MnMN’s website
  • An individual profile with optional contact information in the our upcoming online resource directory 
  • Opportunity to make connections and find people with common interests for potential collaboration
  • Opportunity to join a network working to make a difference in Minnesota
  • Future benefits as yet undetermined

Organizational Partnership

Organizations, institutions, and congregations committed to multifaith work that seek to broaden their reach and efforts, want to be part of a movement to build a more just and loving Minnesota, and can make an annual donation are invited to become part of the network at this level. Network partners may or may not be rooted in a religious, secular or spiritual identity.  Formalizing partnership provides:

  • Regular electronic communications from MnMN
  • Member event pricing, when applicable
  • Opportunity to sponsor events
  • Listing in MnMN’s annual convening promotions, with logo recognition
  • Opportunity to suggest events, news and information for wide electronic distribution and posting on MnMN’s website
  • Opportunity to suggest volunteer, employment and internship opportunities for posting on MnMN’s website
  • A profile in our upcoming online resource directory
  • Complementary individual memberships (see benefits listed above) for up to three organizational representatives
  • Opportunity to make connections for potential collaboration
  • Opportunity to join a network working to make a difference in Minnesota
  • Future benefits as yet undetermined

Through MnMN, organizations, institutions, and congregations find new, and strengthen existing, relationships among many faith traditions; support the network’s communication efforts, which also provide a platform for promoting events; and help the network’s convening efforts, which offer leadership training, learning, and opportunities for continued relationship building.

MnMN Organizational Partners

  • Adath Jeshurun Congregation
  • Apple Valley Community of Christ
  • Augsburg University/Interfaith at Augsburg Institute
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
  • Empathy Works
  • Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
  • Hindu Society of Minnesota
  • Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul
  • Islamic Resource Group
  • Jain Center of Minnesota
  • Jay Phillips Center for Interreligious Studies at the University of St. Thomas
  • Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas
  • Joint Religious Legislative Coalition
  • Luther Seminary
  • Minnesota Council of Churches
  • Minnesota Interfaith Clergy for End-of-Life Options – Compassion & Choices
  • Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light
  • Minnesota Rabbinical Association
  • Minnesota Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Association
  • Minnesota Zen Meditation Center
  • Mission Write
  • Mount Zion Temple
  • Niagara Foundation
  • St. Olaf College – Lutheran Center for Faith, Values and Community
  • St. Paul Community of Christ
  • Temple Israel of Minneapolis
  • Unity Church Unitarian
  • Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality