Moving faith freedom forward: Our next chapter

Moving faith freedom forward will take all of us working together, drawing on our personal experiences, sharing our unique perspectives, and listening to and learning from each other as equals.

Religious Freedom Has Been White Too Long

Before we white people speak, we need to listen. BJC is doing just that this year, as we focus on learning from BIPOC scholars, theologians, preachers, writers, philosophers, poets, prophets and podcasters about faith freedom for all. We are intentionally working to decenter the voices that have taken up almost all of the conversation about religious freedom to this point.

What have we learned in 2020?

BJC Executive Director Amanda Tyler asks, “What have we learned about our country, our religious communities and ourselves over the course of this tumultuous — and often heartbreaking — year?”