The Minnesota Council of Churches has been involved in education and advocacy for over 150 years. This drive to educate stems back to our predecessor organization, the Minnesota Sunday School Movement. The movement began when churches brought Harriet Bishop to Minnesota and has continued since. MCC continually strives to keep our constituents informed and active.
The Minnesota Council of Churches works to achieve education and advocacy goals. MCC works with partners within the religious community, as well as across sectors. All of the work MCC does is done in the spirit of partnership. Our programs, services, and ministries are offered and delivered in, and through, a variety of partnerships.
Explore the links to the left to get to know some of the partners we work with and some of the programs for which we advocate.