ISAAC is an interfaith organizing network of congregations and strategic partners working together to build a more just community.

We are Christians, Jews, Muslims, Unitarians and Non-Religious. We are Black, Latino, Asian, Pacific Islander, Indigenous, Middle Eastern and White. We are Immigrants. We are suburban, inner-city and rural. We are haves, have-nots, and have-a- little-want-mores. We are bold, tenacious, and we don’t back down. We are Kalamazoo County!
Be a part of our work to “do justice” (Micah 6:8). Your gift helps us build the Beloved Community by increasing support for policies and practices that create equity in Kalamazoo County and across Michigan.
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LATEST NEWS

Six new congregations/organizations joined ISAAC in 2017! The Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation partnership continued with Kalamazoo’s First Annual Day of Racial Healing! […] MORE
Church Women United, First Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church, Kalamazoo Friends Meeting, Lutheran Church of the Savior and Portage Chapel Hill United […] MORE
Following a trip in December 2016 to Carlsbad, California for Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) training, a handful of Kalamazoo agencies, organizations […] MORE
As of December 2017, we have an ISAAC Endowment Fund “under development”!  That means we’re well on our way to creating a fund that will […] MORE
Over 500 people turned out for the ISAAC Banquet at the WMU Bernhard Center on May 6, to hear Dr. Rubén Martinez speak […] MORE
In 2017 we planned our first-ever Walk/Run/Roll–Building the Beloved Community: Moving Towards Justice! in Spring Valley Park on June 30, 2018, instead of a banquet […] MORE
ISAAC Family member Rabbi Matt Zerwekh, Rabbi of Temple B’nai Israel and a member of the ISAAC Executive Committee, was recommended as the faith sector representative on the inaugural board of the Foundation of Excellence. ISAAC Family member Rev. Nathan  Dannison... MORE
Poverty was chosen as a top priority for the first time at the ISAAC Issues Convention on October 26, 2017.  Poverty has been […] MORE
Anti-Racism was chosen again at the ISAAC Issues Convention on October 26, 2017, after personal accounts about experiencing racism, historically and presently, were […] MORE
Housing was chosen again at the ISAAC Issues Convention on October 26, 2017, after a hiatus of two years.  All these housing experts […] MORE
Anti-Racism, Anti-Poverty and Affordable Housing were the top three vote-getters at the 2017 Issues Convention, edging out Early Childhood & Education for the […] MORE
It’s a sign of progress that Youth Violence Prevention was not chosen as a top concern of community members surveyed in our Listening […] MORE

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"We share the same vision of “A Vibrant Community Living by Faith.” Together, we are stronger when dealing with issues that need community involvement and support. ISAAC has gained the reputation of being able to actually affect change."
Dr. Addis Moore, President of Northside Ministerial Alliance

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