A few short months after the Methodist Federation for Social Service was founded, a newsletter was published: Social Questions Bulletin. Many people came to know and love the SQB as it was called. The newsletter connected a movement of faithful, thoughtful Methodists and shared ideas in an age when a newsletter was the only way to share important amounts of information at one time.
Over the years some things have changed: the Methodist Federation for Social Service is now the Methodist Federation for Social Action; the Social Questions Bulletin is now The Progressive Voice; and it no longer takes days for the newsletter to reach you – it’s available online!
The Fall 2013 edition of The Progressive Voice is our first in almost a year and a half. Learn more about MFSA and our work – and please, help us engage faithful United Methodists in acts of justice so we may live out our calling and mission.