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About Us

The CRCNA's social justice team helps CRC members love our neighbors in tangible ways. We provide resources to learn about the root causes of poverty, hunger, and oppression, and we empower the church to call on those in power to improve systems and enact just public policy.

We prioritize the perspectives of marginalized people most impacted by injustices, raise awareness, educate members, share resources, and prompt advocacy.

It’s how we love our neighbors. It’s how we live our faith.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is advocacy? What's the history of the social justice in the CRC? Explore these questions and more

Our Staff

Kendra David

Kendra David

Immigration and Justice Specialist
Karolyn DeKam

Karolyn DeKam

Mobilizing and Advocacy Specialist

Megan Herrema

Communications Coordinator

Andrew Oppong

Justice Mobilization Specialist focused on Creation Care and Restorative Justice

Sarah Roelofs

Interim Director, Social Justice and Race Relations

Shared with Chaplaincy

Cindy Stover

Canada Justice Mobilizer

Victoria Veenstra

Justice Communications Team Coordinator


Richard Kilmer

Climate Witness Project Consultant

Steve Mulder

Climate Witness Project Consultant

Our History


Our Partners


Contractual relationship with one or more other churches and organizations to do specified activities and/or to achieve specific objectives over time.

Reformed Church in America


On-going entities of individual or organizational members in which membership has specific responsibilities (such as the payment of dues) and usually brings specified benefits. With regard to associations in which individual agency or office personnel hold membership, those of interest to the CRCNA are those connected directly to the individual’s ministry responsibilities.

Churches for Middle East Peace

Bread for the World

Ecumenical Advocacy Days

Alliances and Networks

Formal but loose connections of individuals or organizations for mutual learning and encouragement.