Social Action - How to Contact Your Legislators - Action Alerts

Idaho Social Action Resources
Oregon Social Action Resources

Oregon Senators:

   Senator Ron Wyden (D)                                                         

   www.wyden.senator.gov,  (202) 224-5244

   221 Dirksen Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C., 20510

   Senator Jeff Merkley (D)                                                        

   www.merkley.senator.gov,  (202) 224-3753

   513 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C., 20510

Idaho Senators

   Senator Jim Risch (R)

   www.risch.senate.gov,  (202) 224-2752

   483 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510

   Senator Mike Crapo, (R)

   www.crapo.senate.gov,   (202) 224-6142

   239 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510-1205

Judy Halverson (ID) and Claudia Roberts (OR)

United Methodist Women OR-ID Conference Social Action Coordinator

You can find ongoing announcements on United Women in Faith's Facebook page 

Love in Action

Click here to view specific actions you can take today to help build a beloved community.

 “Sympathy feels bad about a situation. Solidarity joins in as a co-laborer to change the situation. Sympathy calls for love without risk. Solidarity calls for risk as love. Sympathy centers the comfort and timetable of those who benefit from a system of difference. Solidarity calls for a revolution of value in a system in which we build a loving and just common life together.”

- Dante Stewart

How to Contact Your Legislators:

  Click the links below to get information on how to contact your legislator:  

  The White House

  To find information on contacting your state representatives in Idaho, click on this link: 


  To find information on contacting your state representatives in Oregon, click on this link:


United Methodist Women press releases bring you the most up-to-the-minute response to current events.  To read these, go to 


Social Action Campaigns

Here is the link to the United Methodist Women Social Action page. On the right you will find campaign resources that:

  • address the biblical basis for United Methodist Women’s engagement in social action

  • present the four social action campaigns for the 2016-2020 quadrennium, which are connected to our four issue priorities

  • direct you to more resources and inspire ideas for action

You will also find a link to sign up to receive the regular Social Action Alerts.

Faith Talks are another way to delve more deeply into a topic.  To learn about these and to participate live or listen to a past Faith Talks, go to:  https://www.unitedmethodistwomen.org/faithtalks