From farmworkers to food; climate change to personal health; immigration to rural life; good government to peace.
The North Carolina Council of Churches continues to work toward a time when “the least of these” are recognized and valued as beloved children of God. When elected leaders work together for the common good. When health and peace are priorities, for us as individuals and for the planet. No other single faith-based organization in the state tackles the broad range of issues that the Council does.
Since the Council was founded more than 77 years ago, the state and nation have made progress. But North Carolina is now in danger of falling farther out of step with its fairly progressive past. Read this letter from Executive Director George Reed to learn about the challenges ahead.
Your financial support helps continue the NCCC’s work. We hope you will contribute to the Council’s Fall 2012 Appeal.
Whatever you give, please know that we are grateful for your contribution and for the opportunity to use it, faithfully, for prophetic social justice, Christian unity and peace.
–Aleta Payne, Development & Communications