Micah 6:8 He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God
Transform: to undergo a change in form, appearance, or structure.
Engaging in transformation at the local level can be found through your community and church. To learn more about your church's individual mission and outreach, you can visit with church leadership or the website. You can also learn more about what local churches are doing through thedenominational websites.
The Montana Association of Christians' is a statewide non-profit organization. It is a place to connect with others and engage in transformation and social justice issues at the state level. Our founding church denominations, or judicatories, affirm God's grace and love for all, including the marginalized. Jesus confirmed God's will that the world "may have life, have it abundantly" (John 10:10). These MAC member churches and denominations see doing justice as part of our call in Christ.
Working together since 1972, MAC judicatory heads and their representatives developed Policy Statements to guide our organization and its members in advocacy. To learn more about our legislative agenda and a list of our position summaries, please visit our Issue Statements page.
Many of our MAC church and judicatory members have social statements and/or policy documents that provide frameworks for their members when engaging social issues at the intersection between their community contexts and faith journeys. To find out more about denominational members, visit the links below.
The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, usually identified as the National Council of Churches, is the largest ecumenical body in the United States. NCC is an ecumenical partnership of 38 Christian faith groups in the United States, including the above.
The World Council of Churches is a worldwide Christian inter-church organization founded in 1948 to work for the cause of ecumenism.
On a global level, the United Nations provides a framework for transformation across nations. In the fall of 2015, 193 Member States of the United Nations voted in support of an ambitious and universal sustainable development agenda aiming to end poverty, fight inequality, and tackle climate change. Learn more about the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals for transforming our world, by visiting the UN 2030 Agenda.