“Training Bold Leaders for a Just World.”
The world needs leaders more than ever before! From terror-torn Nigeria, the Palestinian West Bank, or Mexican border towns to American cities like Charlotte and Chicago, we train engaged, effective leaders who understand faith, human dignity, equality, opportunity, and building the systems necessary to achieve those basic rights.
You can build a newer world. Let us show you how!
400+ OMNIA-TRAINED LEADERS IN NIGERIA
In Northeastern Nigeria, where Boko Haram is active, OMNIA's training helps clergy and lay religious leaders to work together to stop the growth of extremism and create economic opportunity. As a result, more than 30 small groups of Muslims and Christians are working together in effective and powerful actions towards peace. Learn
OMNIA STANDS WITH THOSE IN THE MARGINS
OMNIA’s method is to listen to, learn from, and stand in solidarity with those in the margins. It dismantles old, dilapidated top-down theologies, ideologies and cultural narratives that collude with oppressive power structures, and builds up fresh, relevant, experimental, and liberative ground-up ways of thinking and being.
50+ OMNIA-TRAINED LEADERS IN THE U.S.
After 40 years of training hundreds of Christians for tough urban ministry, today OMNIA trains people of all faiths to build deep relationships and work together. It’s nothing like the interfaith dialogue you know. Our method is bold, deeply relational and focuses on building power, and powerful coalitions for strategic action for justice.
OMNIA Spring Leadership Summit
April 25-27, 2018
The challenges could not be greater: climate change denial, a deportation crisis, a surge in white supremacy, massive economic disparity... All require bold new leadership! That's why we want YOU with us in Chicago for our three day Leadership Summit where we will train you to become a powerful leader.
National "ACT NOW" Event: Unite to End Racism”
Location: National Mall, Washington, DC
April 4, 2018
the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King, Jr.