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How Does our Faith Inform our Vote?

Scripture calls us to defend the cause of the marginalized and to work for the flourishing of all creation. The church has responded. As we approach Election Day on November 8, we invite you to consider the church’s position on these important issues. The CRC Office of Social Justice has created an election guide that highlights statements made by the Synod of the CRCNA on issues pertinent to this election season. Check it out!

2016 Election Guide: What Does the Church Say? Why Do We Care? 


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