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Equipping Ministries Fellowship

Equipping Ministries to Pursue Justice in Their Communities

Faith-based organizations and houses of worship do remarkable work in their communities. Through the Equipping Ministries Fellowship, CPJ provides relevant resources for Hispanic-led ministries to navigate the need for best-practices, the complexity of public policy, and the call to public engagement.

What is the Equipping Ministries Fellowship?

The Equipping Ministries Fellowship is a two year learning cohort that brings together believers who know that the Body of Christ can take practical steps to do justice and be light in their communities. The Equipping Ministries Fellowship helps participating ministry leaders discover how to use the tools they already have and gain key knowledge that increases their impact in their families, congregations, and communities.

The Fellowship is a collaboration between the Center for Public Justice and the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC).

More Information about the Dallas Cohort

In 2024, the Equipping Ministries Fellowship will be based in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Dinner and childcare reimbursement will be provided for all sessions.Interested in participating in the Dallas-Fort Worth cohort? Mario Alfaro, Program Director for the Equipping Ministries Fellowship, will follow up with you. Please review the cohort criteria.

Applicants will submit a 1-page application describing the applicant’s ministry and how they hope the fellowship will help the ministry increase their impact in their community.

Application deadline is December 8, 2023. 5pm Central Time.

The filled out PDF must be sent to Mario Alfaro, Program Director at by the above deadline.

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Equipping Ministries Fellowship Resources

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Equipping Ministries Fellowship Resources

CPJ’s Equipping Ministries Fellowship has produced resources in Spanish and English for leaders of faith-based organizations and houses of worship, on organizational best-practices, public policy and public engagement. 

To receive a login for these Spanish and English-language resources, please follow the link below.


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