We are SACReD

SACReD is a national alliance of multiracial, multifaith, multiethnic, mixed gender and sexual identity religious leaders, congregations, movement organizations, activists, academics, and directly impacted communities collaborating to advance Reproductive Justice through congregational education, culture change, community building, and direct service.


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SACReD Updates

SACReD Gathering: May 7-9! SACReD Gathering: May 7-9!Mark your calendar and plan to join us! The 2024 SACReD Gathering is in New Orleans, May 7-9. Can’t join us in person? There will be virtual options too!You can reserve your hotel room here. Registration and more details coming soon. Invite your community and make sure that they are on our mailing list for the most up to date information. Sign up for the SACReD Mailing List The First SACReD Congregation! Unitarian Universalist Church of Sarasota On Sunday November 9, Rev. Angela Tyler-Williams, SACReD’s Co-Director for Movement Building celebrated Unitarian Universalist Church of Sarasota as…

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Where is God in this?

Greetings beloveds,  It has been an agonizing month, and for some much longer. When the devastating events of October 7th first occurred SACReD leaned into our values and tended to our beloved community. We spent time reaching into our partners and those directly impacted to listen and to learn how we could best support them. We are a multi-faith alliance committed to Reproductive Justice for all. We reached in to two of our directly impacted partners and invited them to collaborate with us in crafting a statement, which you’ll find below. Working in coalition takes deep grace and compassion when…

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5 Ways

You can help
the movement

  1. Sign on to the SACReD Affirmations
  2. Follow SACReD on Facebook and Instagram
  3. Donate to SACReD
  4. Learn about woman of color-led Reproductive Justice organizations like SisterSong and SisterReach
  5. Start the faithful conversation about Reproductive Justice in your community