Insights from the field of Peace and Conflict Studies can inform our ongoing pursuit of health-related justice in our congregations and communities. Join us to gain practical tools to pivot […]
Please use the Sacred Conversations Toolkit: Becoming a Trauma-Informed Faith Community alongside our Part I and Part II recordings found below, which offer an overview of helpful strategies in becoming a trauma-informed faith community.
What does faith have to do with climate change or the environment? As people of faith, we hold the power of hope and truth-seeking in our hands. Our lives find […]
Eat everything you buy: 25% (some say as much as 40%) of food purchased in the USA goes to waste. Buying and cooking only what you need, avoiding waste and spoilage […]
The American Friends Service Committee and the North Carolina Council of Churches have partnered to create a powerful new collection of resources on immigration issues. Designed with faith communities in […]
This document was primarily created by members of Temple Emanuel Greensboro and based on their successful solar panel project, completed in 2011. Contributions are also from members of Myers Park […]
With too many North Carolinians jobless, the North Carolina Council of Churches is releasing a newly revised version of its popular “Job Loss: A Guidebook for Pastors” eight years after the original was published. The revised version is available for free download on the Council’s website.
Since the original was published by the Council’s Economic Justice Committee, some things have changed, but the reason for providing a revised guidebook is the same as with the original: to help ministers and congregations offer advice and guidance to people who are currently seeking employment.