Biblical Justice for 2017
The Biblical Justice Forum (BJF) is having very thoughtful discussions of our culture's and church's racism and white privilege. We are using the book Waking Up White by Debby Irving and other books/articles which give us disturbing examples of other racism acts. Please join us in the Church library Sunday's at 3:30 pm.
Upcoming events in which you might be interested:
First, we want to remember Dana, Elijah and Izaak Kreykes who will be walking to stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline this week—prayers and thoughts will be with them as they “Walk for the Protection of our People and the Places Where We Live."
Online Course, NC United States
President Trump’s recent executive actions impacting refugees and immigrants have faithful people increasingly interested in how they might support our sisters and brothers being impacted. Court decisions have offered a reprieve, but the administration’s determination to make many newcomers to our country scapegoats and the targets of misguided hostility has only emphasized their vulnerability. Jennie Belle, Program Director for Immigration and Farmworkers, has been fielding questions about the issue. To help those who want to learn more, she has developed…
Women’s Advocacy Day at the NC Legislature
at St Augustine’s College
"Race, Class and Poverty in the United States"
National Town Hall
March 15, 2017
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Seby Jones Fine Arts Theater, St. Augustine University
1315 Oakwood Ave. Raleigh, NC 27610
, - Come to Table Conference
March 16 @
Durham Armory and Convention Center, Durham, NC United States
Registration is now open for Come to the Table 2017. We look forward to gathering with community members, faith leaders, farmers, gardeners, farm workers, hunger relief agencies, and many more groups for a variety of workshops, presentations, and strategy sessions on relieving hunger and strengthening local and sustainable agriculture. At the 2017 Conference, we will explore both the history and present state of our food system: how and why food is produced and distributed the way it is, and how…
, register for event at White Memorial--See below
Clean Energy Advocacy Day at the NC Legislature
NC General Assembly Building, 16 West Jones Street
Join NC Interfaith Power & Light’s congregational lay and faith leaders network on at the NC General Assembly in Raleigh for the third Annual Faith Voices for Clean Energy Advocacy Day. We will lead with our “Advocating with Compassion” message as we meet with members of the NC General Assembly to hear their visions for North Carolina and to express our support for new and existing clean, renewable, and energy-efficient policies. Find out who represents you in the…
, www.whitememorial.org Go to Event Registration or call 919-834-3424 Dinner is $6.00, Dinner and Presentation by the Rev. Dr. Mitri Raheb White Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1704 Oberlin Rd, Raleigh NC REGISTRATION is March 1 – through
- March 26 @ 1:00 pm
Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, NC
www.whitememorial.org Go to Event Registration or call 919-834-3424 Dinner is $6.00, payable by cash, check or credit card at the door. Check-in will be in Geneva Hall, and food will be served buffet style. Dining and presentation will occur in Pickard Hall. A campus map and… Dinner and Presentation by the Rev. Dr. Mitri Raheb White Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1704 Oberlin Rd, Raleigh NC REGISTRATION is March 1 – through
: Timely Topics Luncheon with Gene R. Nichol, Boyd Tinsley Distinguished Professor of Law, UNC and Director, NC Poverty Research Fund, speaking on Income Inequality. Make a reservation at lwvwake.org. Special requests for menu, or seating without lunch, please email Joyce Gad at email@example.com. Reminder: no shows will be billed.
March 27 @ 8:30 am -
Raleigh, NC United States
Registration is open. The NCCC’s 2017 Legislative Seminar takes place at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 4801 Six Forks Road, Raleigh. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. and programming starts at . After three workshop sessions during the day, a brief closing worship takes place at . Whether you are new to grassroots advocacy or have been engaged in this critical work for some time, the Seminar offers the opportunity to hear updates on issues being discussed at…
March 28, 6:00 - 8:00 pm: Advocacy 101 - The Basics. Learn from the ACLU, NC NOW, LWV-Wake and Political Consultant, Paula Wolf. Make your reservations by going to:
More details can be found at lwvwake.org.
IPMW CONCERT EVENT
CONVICTION: SONGS OF FAITH FROM WOMEN IN PRISON
AT THE RALEIGH LITTLE THEATRE
In the summer of 2016, one of IPMW's chaplains offered
"Singing a New Song" for the women in the prison, led by local pastors/musicians. Eight women competed this 10-week course and, as a group, wrote and composed over 25 songs that tell the stories of how and why women come to be incarcerated as well as the depth of their spiritual response to the reality of imprisonment. This concert will be a unique opportunity to hear original songs and testimony, as well as to see the impact of IPMW's ministry on the Raleigh unit.
All proceeds raised in this benefit event will be used to support new areas of transition and re-entry efforts with IPMW to support women once they are released from prison.
Reserve your seats today at: convictionconert.