Consider attending a Town Hall meeting in your area and speaking up for the importance of health care and the fair treatment of immigrants. These issues have a significant impact on the vibrant education of our children.

[Episcopal Public Policy Network] Face-to-face interactions with your members of Congress are more effective than any other form of advocacy. This week, this engagement is even easier, as Congress is on recess and most members are traveling back to their districts.

In-person meetings demonstrate the personal interest you have in the issues that you want to address, and allow you to offer stories and examples about why an issue is important to your community. These interactions are important for building ongoing relationships with your members of Congress and their staffs.

See more ideas, information and contacts from the Episcopal Public Policy Network. You can act today.