What do Tuesday’s elections mean for North Carolina? How can people of faith in the state continue to affect positive change?
Join the staff of the North Carolina Council of Churches as we visit Charlotte and Asheville to discuss ways our programs are providing a progressive, faithful voice for issues facing NC residents and how you can be involved. We hope you’ll join us:
Monday, November 17, Noon-2 p.m.
Park Road Baptist Church
3900 Park Road, Charlotte
Bring a bag lunch and join us at 11:30 a.m. for fellowship. We will supply drinks and dessert.
Tuesday, November 18, 9-11 a.m.
First Baptist Church
5 Oak Street, Asheville
Join us for light refreshments beginning at 8:30. Please park in the front lot closest to I-240 and enter through the chapel doors.
Bishop Porter Taylor of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina will bring greetings.
Hear updates on our work for social justice from Executive Director George Reed.Then attend up to two break-out sessions of your choice led by Council staff and leave with resources on:
- Creation Care from NCIPL Director Susannah Tuttle
- Legislative Advocacy from George Reed
- Farmworkers and Immigration from Program Associate Jennie Wilburn
- Improving the Health of Clergy and Congregants from PHW Staff
There is no cost, but please let us know if you’ll be attending so that we can prepare: 919-828-6501 or firstname.lastname@example.org.