People of all races and religions are coming together to help better the community.
The Tallahassee Equality Action Ministry is holding its fourth annual assembly.
Members from 20 different congregations coming up with projects they'd like to take on this year.
Leaders also drumming up support for the county commission's upcoming vote on a half cent sales tax that would go toward improving health care.
"The idea is that it is non partisan politically but bonded together by an issue of faith and we all see the lack of health care as a basic issue of faith that all people of all faiths are concerned about," said Rabbi Romberg of Temple Israel.
Aside from health care, team will focus its attention this year on transportation and childhood education.
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