Okay, so you’re already a Revision Church aficionado, but what are the next steps? You’ve worshipped with us, attended Small Group Sessions, and maybe you’ve even volunteered with a Revision Crew. But what else can you do, you ask? Not to fret. We’ve got plenty more ventures in which you might find your purpose. Revision Church puts tremendous effort into building and establishing the areas around us through community outreach. As we’re already located in the heart of Atlanta, we want to expand our impact throughout our streets until we reach every extremity.

Serve With Us

“Great leaders do not desire to lead, but to serve.” Our Revision members are often inspired and active individuals seeking to expand both their faith and their community through servitude. If this sounds like you, sign up for any of our volunteer initiatives and Serve With Us! We work with an array of nonprofit organizations to foster food drives, soup kitchens, clothing stockpiles, voter registration drives, and other critical charity events. To get started, one of our leaders simply needs your contact information and boom—we’ll be in touch.

Community Partnerships

Recently, we partnered with Hosea Feeds the Hungry and Atlanta Legal Aid and presented them both with $10,000. Our donation to the Atlanta Legal Aid Society will help stop the eviction of families that have been impacted by Covid-19. Our contribution and partnership with Hosea Feed the Hungry will help feed hundreds of people within the Atlanta area and help fight hunger. Food insecurity is on the rise during this pandemic, and it’s more than just an economic issue; it’s a justice issue. We want to continue helping families during this pandemic; because the need is so great. The greater need to be addressed is more long term. We need to address the corruption and bias in policies and practices that create food access disparities.

Community Organizations & Resources

Below are organizations in Atlanta that are here to help you. Click the icons below to learn more about their programs and how to get in touch with them.

Social Justice Corner

There’s no way around it—social justice in our communities is a fundamental necessity. We encourage action and conversation around the cornerstones of social equality as we continue to advocate for our vision and our beliefs. Below, we highlight the core social justice pillars we abide by as a church. Also, be on the lookout for our Social Justice Classroom, an up-and-coming educational opportunity with a curriculum built on these nine social justice principles.

Voting Rights

We believe that every citizen has the right to participate in our democracy through the process of voting. We support making election day a national holiday, allowing same day voter’s registration, and restoring voting privileges to former inmates.

Criminal Justice

We believe that our criminal justice system should focus more on restoration than punishment. We support criminal justice reform that holds police officers accountable, ends cash bail, decriminalizes marijuana, and ends privatized prisons.

Gender Equality

We believe that every woman and girl has the right to be treated justly and fairly in our society. We support policies that close the wage gap, help protect women and girls against sexual violence, and advocate for women’s reproductive rights.

Economic Justice

We believe that everyone deserves to live a life of basic dignity. Therefore, we support raising the minimum wage to no less than $15/ hour, we support protecting government safety net programs for those living in poverty, and we support equitable job opportunities.

Immigration Reform

We believe that America’s greatness resides in its power of diversity. Immigrants contribute to the beautiful tapestry of this nation. We support immigrants by taking a strong stance against migrant children living in cages at the border, along with unjust family separation.

Affordable Education

We believe that every student deserves access to affordable, quality education, regardless of their zip code. We support cancelling student debt, making public colleges free, and increasing government funding to historically black colleges and universities.

Affordable Housing

We believe that everyone deserves access to safe and affordable housing. We support the government increasing spending to address these issues. Also, we stand against gentrification that displaces Black and Brown residents from their community.

Healthcare Access

We believe that people shouldn’t have to choose between going to the doctor or being able to afford their basic necessities. Therefore we support expanding Medicare, regulating prescription cost, and ensuring equitable healthcare treatment for all citizens.

Environmental Justice

We believe that the effects of environmental recklessness often affect the most vulnerable communities. We strongly support ensuring Black, Brown, and poor communities have access to safe and clean air, water, and food. We also promote the usage of sustainable energy resources.

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