We make our home at the intersection of faith, social justice, and policy here in North Carolina. From rigorous policy analysis to stories of everyday grace, we’ve got you covered:
- Ten Things I Learned from the 2014 Clergy Breakfasts
- Advent — As Yourself
- Advent – What Peace?
- Keep the Light Shining on CIA Conduct
Jesus was an advocate for social justice. So when we work on behalf of farmworkers and recent immigrants, those living in poverty or with disabilities, children and the elderly, we are doing what Jesus did.
But we can’t do this alone. So find a friend and start praying, find a pen and start writing, find a shovel and start gardening, find a bullhorn and start shouting. Change never comes easy.
While we remain committed to our founding ideals, our work continues to expand: to peace as both a local and global issue, to care of creation, health care for all, gender equality and fair treatment for our LGBT brothers and sisters. We continue to break new ground with work to establish churches as centers for good health and to view food as a faith issue.