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Consultation of Religious Communities

2019 Membership Renewal Form

Faith Community or Agency________________________________________________________________ __

address__________________________________________________________________

Clergy/Director ___________________________________________________________

Email:__________________________________________________________________ Ph:__________________

Lay Representative:_______________________________________________________

Email:__________________________________________________________________  Ph:__________________

Please use reverse side for additional contact information

Membership dues amounts:  (memberships are from January 1 - December 31)

Up to 250 members or participants:            $50 per year

250-999 members or participants:.              $150 per year

1000 or more members or participants.      $250 per year

Please make checks for dues payable to the Consultation of Religious Communities, with Annual Dues  on the memo line. Mail this form & check to: Consultation of Religious Communities, P.O. Box 2025, Iowa City IA, 52244-2025

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The CRC encourages donations to support the Common Fund.   This fund helps persons in Johnson County with late rent and utility bills avoid eviction from their homes, and is administered by the Crisis Center.  Please make checks out to the Crisis Center, with Common Fund on the memo line.  Mail checks to support the Common Fund to: Crisis Center, ATTN: Common Fund, 1121 So. Gilbert Ct. Iowa City, IA, 52240.  Donations are accepted all year and can be made at anytime.

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The Consultation of Religious Communities (CRC) is a local network of faith communities, social service agencies, advocacy groups and others who believe in the dignity of all persons, and share a concern for the quality of life and well-being of individuals and families in Johnson County.  The CRC gathers on a regular basis for interfaith dialogue, to advocate for social and economic justice and to plan and sponsor programs and events that  will help meet the basic needs of all.   

 

1/19/2019 - RAR