Our four faith traditions
Guided by God's vision of the common good as reflected in
Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions,
JRLC mobilizes religious communities to
influence public policy for social justice in Minnesota.
The largest and most inclusive interfaith public interest group in Minnesota
What's happening now?
The JRLC Board is working to develop our 2018 Legislative Agenda. Please take our survey and share what is happening in your community and your thoughts on the upcoming session.
In September, JRLC co-sponsored an event about childhood poverty solutions. Watch the video to hear from an economist about the importance of early childhood poverty education.
Thank you 48in48! A dedicated group of volunteers and sponsors gave 48 non-profits in the Twin Cities IT support to develop their websites. JRLC is honored to have been one of them.
Executive Director Anne Krisnik and Board Treasurer Doug Mitchell discussed policy and public interest with an interfaith group of Nigerian travelers.
Meet our Members
Patrice Critchley-Menor, Duluth
Patrice, from the Office of the Social Aspostolate in the Catholic Diocese of Duluth, is the current JRLC Board Chair and has been an active and tireless advocate for Minnesotans who are struggling. She loves to talk about the JRLC and the importance of the faith voice in the policy debate. Look for her at Day on the Hill!