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Let My People Go: The Power of Moses, Miriam, and Midwives

Let My People Go: The Power of Moses, Miriam, and Midwives uses the story of the Exodus as an invitation to Christians to uncover God’s call to anti-oppressive liberation. This 6-week study addresses the themes of story, truth, love, connection, faith, and liberation. You will consider perspectives, the four kids of power, media, and solidarity. Let My People Go is created by The Justice and Faith Collective. AVAILABLE IN CHILDREN, YOUTH, & ADULT FORMATS.





It is beautifully designed: aesthetically, practically, and theologically. The theology is rich and bold. The activities are fun and engaging. I’m already dreaming up how we can create videos with young people from diverse backgrounds to read some of the scripts so that leaders have the option of showing videos or leading the teaching portions themselves. It’s so great.” Rev. Melissa Gepford, Intergenerational Discipleship Coordinator, United Methodist Church Great Plains Conference.

CommUNITY Allies Vacation Bible School

Through arts and crafts, movement challenges, music, and more we learn about justice, empathy, community activism, and our global connections. This five-session curriculum can be used in person or for remote learning. Themes include self in others, justice and mercy, sharing the world, connection, and community in action. CommUNITY Allies VBS can be done in person or remotely. It is designed for kids ages kindergarten through 6th grade and has activities that reach both younger and older kids. CommUNITY Allies VBS is created by The Justice and Faith Collective.


“It is fantastic! We spread it out over 5 weeks. The kids have loved the activities and share lots of what they make on Zoom together and on our church FB page. The paper chains and Rube Goldberg were huge hits!” Laura Thornton, St Luke’s Episcopal Church.

“Our kids really got into looking at their books in a new way. Throughout the day, my 5 year old would continue to run up to me with another book he found with a person of color on the cover. Thankful for the opportunity for his growth.” Rev. Jenny Smith, Edmonds United Methodist Church.