Faithful America was founded in 2004. We are the largest online community of Christians putting faith into action for social justice. Our members are sick of sitting by quietly while Jesus' message of good news is hijacked by the religious right to serve a hateful political agenda. We're organizing the faithful to challenge such extremism and to renew the church's prophetic role in building a more free and just society.
We raise our collective voices through rapid-response campaigns that tap into the grassroots power of Christians across the nation. When corporations and religious institutions invoke religious freedom as a justification for bigotry and discrimination, we speak up. When hate groups purport to speak for Christianity, we act. We stand with our Catholic members to challenge the Catholic hierarchy in the United States to live up to the inspiring words of Pope Francis. We stick up for courageous Christian voices acting for fairness and freedom in every denomination, and we work together for immigrant and refugee rights, climate justice, and full LGBTQ inclusion, among other important social, economic, and racial justice causes that reflect the values Jesus taught.
Working together, Faithful America members have:
Removed the Jim Bakker Show from multiple networks for selling a fake COVID-19 cure
Blocked a hateful, Islamophobic Trump nominee in the Senate
Helped free an innocent asylum seeker from ICE custody
Helped Catholic students win justice for their fired gay principal
Defeated a fracking pipeline with Catholic sisters in Kentucky
Helped pass the life-saving Affordable Care Act
Find us on social media