Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice unites progressive people of faith toward creating a state whose people and government address the real needs and raise the dignity of the hungry and poor; care for and heal the sick; and truly listen to the voices of all citizens. Drawing from the wisdom of our faith traditions, we accomplish this through educating our members and the broader community, and advocating with our legislators to advance the common good.
WFVJ organizational members help support and promote the work of WFVJ. They are faith-based organizations that engage in social justice work as part of their mission. Such work may through education, advocacy, or direct service. Member organizations include, but are not limited to, organizations whose primary mission is social justice in a faith-based context, denominational judicatories that have social justice work as part of their mission, public policy offices of denominations, and interfaith organizations. Organizational members are listed in order of joining, with the most recent members last.