McKinleyville Family Resource Center
The Church of the Joyful Healer is proud to support the work of the McKinleyville Family Resource Center. One week each month the congregation has the opportunity to give a financial offering to the Family Resource Center.
Learn more about the McKinleyville Family Resource Center by visiting their website: http://mckfrc.org/
Extreme Weather Shelter
The Church of the Joyful Healer, along with other McKinleyville churches and other community organizations, like the McKinelyville Family Resource Center, has become a collaborative in ensuring that those with no permanent roof over their head will have a safe and warm place to stay during the coldest and harshest days of the year. It is an radical effort to live out our mission and be an integral part of the McKinleyville community.
Check out these links about the Extreme Weather Shelter coming to McKinleyville!
On April 25/26 a Circles Initiative Training was held at the Eureka 1st UMC. A follow up meeting was planned for May 30th in the evening at Eureka 1st UMC. To find out more about this idea, you can find Humboldt Ciricles on Facebook by clicking here.
Below is a video about the poverty simulation that was done at the Circles Training.
What’s the ideal McKinleyville you envision? Come meet with other residents interested in working together to make the ideal real!
JOIN BUILDING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES AND ORGANIZE !!
On Tuesday, May 7, 14, and 21, 2013, 6-7 pm, at the Dows Prairie Grange, 3995 Dows Prairie Grange Rd., in McKinleyville, dozens of McKinleyville residents will meet to discuss challenges facing McKinleyville and the desire to form a McKinleyville Organizing Committee to collectively address them. All are welcome!
Community organizing is a process for everyday people to come together, identify common problems, and take action together to change those problems. It is based in the belief that people should have a say in the decisions that shape their lives, and that ordinary people know best what their families and communities need. At its core, organizing supports residents to build their power to take action—to create system and policy-level changes in their communities.
If you are interested in learning more about BHC’s work in McKinleyville, or would like to get involved, please contact Renee Saucedo, Humboldt Community Leadership Organizer, at (707)273-3721, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT: Series of 3 McKinleyville community meetings to explore residents’ interest in working together to address issues of common concern.
WHEN: Tuesdays, May 7, 14, 21; 6-7 pm.
WHERE: Dows Prairie Grange, 3995 Dows Prairie Grange Rd., McKinleyville.
Food, childcare and Spanish language interpretation will be available.