Who is BOCA for?
BOCA( Berkeley Organizing Congregations for Action part of the larger PICO Network) is a multi denominational, multi-ethnic,multi racial group of Berkeley congregation whose members advocate for safe neighborhoods, just immigration reform, health care for all, quality education and any other issue that arouses passion in member congregations.
When does BOCA meet?
BOCA meets at member congregations monthly and has actions 2-3 times a year.
Alan Roselius at firstname.lastname@example.org 510-501-9688
“Through my membership in BOCA I’ve been able to put my faith into action with other people of faith in Berkeley, California and the U.S. by advocating for immigration reform among other things.”
We’re on FACEBOOK also.
Come join BOCA as we meet Thursday June 27 from 5:45 pm -8 PM at Mc Gee Avenue Baptist Church 1640 Stuart Street Berkeley. Please bring a dish to share as we discuss new ways to make Berkeley, California, and America better places with a faith based influence. It doesn’t manner if you’ve checked BOCA out before or want to see what BOCA is up to now. We can make our communities better places if we make a effort. For more information contact Alan Roselius Newman BOCA Committtee 510-501-9688 or Anton Burrell BOCA Organizer 510-665-5821