What do our faith traditions have to say about immigrants and foreigners? What resources do we have for naming forms of oppression and liberation in our society? To think theologically […]
Curriculum / Study Guide
The North Carolina Council of Churches is promoting the weekend of Oct. 8-10, 2021, as Death Penalty Abolition Sabbath and are encouraging all faith communities to learn, preach, and pray […]
According to the CDC, in 2020 over 93,300 people died due to an overdose. The Overdose Crisis: The Faith Community Responds works for a more compassionate response to the growing overdose […]
The information in this electronic folder is the initial information on Money Bail Reform Efforts prepared by members of the North Carolina Council of Churches and representatives of the Bishop’s […]
This study offers a guide for how to prepare, organize, and conduct a workshop that will produce meaningful conversation and reflection. The document is supported by a comprehensive list of […]
Together we will embark on a course to study the Bible and see how it addresses the issue of modern day immigration. Our goal will be to foster an open, […]
Economic circumstances too often define us. How much we do or do not earn can put us on a path that either buffers our failures or tempers our successes. The […]
Holy Week this year is also National Farmworker Awareness Week (March 24-31). It seems like no accident that the week in which we celebrate Jesus’ service and sacrifice for humanity is the […]
This comprehensive, intergenerational curriculum focuses on the food we eat and why it matters. Featuring 8 lessons with Scripture, prayers, resources, and activities for young children through adults, “Eating Well” […]
Anyone who happened to be in the basement of Biltmore United Methodist Church in Asheville, N.C., in April of 2007 would have witnessed two miracles. The first was a huge tureen of soup made entirely from produce grown on local farms despite a still-frosty mountain spring.
The second was a bit bigger. At tables around the room, over steaming bowls of soup, farmers sat down with leaders in hunger relief; farmworker advocates met with nutritionists; pastors talked with agriculture analysts; community workers and anti-poverty groups shared their perspective with community gardeners and local food processors.