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Welcome to Granite State Organizing Project
The Granite State Organizing Project unites religious congregations, labor unions and concerned individuals to positively impact the quality of life in New Hampshire communities.
GSOP believes that every person has the right to be included in decision making processes within their community.
GSOP starts with our shared faith and democratic values, bringing people together to envision bottom up effective, solutions to community concerns.
Next Meeting: 6 pm on Tuesday May 3
Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester.
669 Union Street, Manchester.
Next Meeting: Monday May 16th
6pm at the Adult Learning Center
4 Lake Street in Nashua
Monday May 23, 2016 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Christ the King Parish 72 S. Main Street, Concord – All Saints Room
Join us for an exploration: How would the Greater Concord area be different if our faith values were active in public life?
We will address the questions:
- What is faith and values based communitiy organzing? What is GSOP?
- Can it make a difference in the greater Concord area?
- How is communty organizing different from other good work happening in Concord?
Meeting will include a session on building strong relationships across differences and conclude with next steps.
Please contact the Granite State Organizing Project 603-668-8250 to rsvp or with any questions.
All Saints’ Room is in Barry Hall. Barry Hall is the building directly behind the church. Access to the All Saints’ Room (which is on the 2nd floor) is by climbing the outside stairs and entering on the 2nd floor. Take the hallway straight back. The All Saints’ Room is marked at the end of the hallway.
Nex Meeting: Tuesday May 17
6pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester.
5 Minute Friends
“It is not enough to be compassionate. YOU MUST ACT.” – The Dalai Lama
There is so much injustice in the world that sometimes it is hard to know where or how to begin acting. Begin by committing 5 minutes a month. Sign me up!
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When you join 5 Minute Friends you will receive a monthly email explaining a simple but powerful task you can complete in five minutes that will help advance our economic justice mission.
Together we can work for economic justice for all!
Fight for 15!
A march for a raise and a moral economy- join GSOP, United Valley Interfaith Project, SEIU & the Fight for $15. On
Thursday, May 5thin Concord. We will gather in the NH DOT lot on Hazen Drive at 4 pm. Low-wage workers will share their stories and then we will walk up Hazen Drive to Loudon Road and come back to the starting point. We hope to see you there.