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On the evening of Thursday, September 30, 1996, B.R.E.A.D. was formed at a covenant assembly attended by 523 delegates from 21 religious congregations of varying traditions. That night, those people of faith committed to one another and the larger Columbus community to build an organization that would achieve a greater degree of justice in our neighborhoods and the Columbus area.

Today, B.R.E.A.D. is 40 congregations strong and represents over 25,000 people. The membership is interfaith, including both Christians and Jews. It is multi-racial, including congregations that are predominantly African-American, others that are predominantly white, and others that are racially mixed. While the majority of covenanting congregations are in poor, working- class and mixed-income neighborhoods, others are located in middle-class and professional neighborhoods. As an interfaith, multi-denominational group, B.R.E.A.D. effectively addresses core public issues pertaining to crime, safety, jobs, poverty, and education.

Although B.R.E.A.D.'s membership is racially mixed, economically diverse, and geographically dispersed, it is unified in its pursuit of Building Responsibility Equality And Dignity.

The organization is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation, non-partisan, and does not provide any direct services nor does it accept government money for its internal budget.

To learn more about our work and the issues on which we are working, click one of the areas in the left border.  To speak with someone at the B.R.E.A.D. office, please call (614) 258-8748. If B.R.E.A.D. sounds like a bright idea for your congregation, click the icon below for membership information.

 





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