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N.C.’s court of supreme do-overs
High on the granite façade of the North Carolina Supreme Court’s headquarters across from the Capitol in downtown Raleigh is engraved what can be seen as an inspiring and enduring […]
2023 Lenten Guide: Fifth Sunday in Lent
Excerpted from 2023 Lenten Guide: A Season of Renewal, a Lenten Guide for Lectionary Year A from the North Carolina Council of Churches. Psalm 130 Out of the depths I cry […]
2023 Lenten Guide: Fourth Sunday in Lent
Excerpted from 2023 Lenten Guide: A Season of Renewal, a Lenten Guide for Lectionary Year A from the North Carolina Council of Churches. Ephesians 5:8-14 For once you were darkness, but […]
Ministry Along I-95 Requires New Tools for Clergy
Within a few weeks of starting in my position at the Council, I met Cape Fear Valley Health Community Paramedic Chris Dudley at a health resource event in Fayetteville. Unlike […]
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Our Work is Making a Difference
Beautiful, progressive, ecumenical organization that promotes social justice, racial equity, health, and harm reduction, while working with faith organizations.
Olive Branch MinistryPartner Organization
Thank you for your work to give voice to the marginalized and for the support you give churches to organize around issues that matter!
Laura Webb SmithConstituent
The call to love our neighbor involves us in the steadfast work of social change. The Council is especially interested in legislative action that enables political institutions to care for the vulnerable among us, to center political vision on people whose lives are disregarded in our communities.