Adrienne Little from CUCC's Social Justice Ministry passes along these ways to connect to work in the community as compiled by Congregations for Social Justice.
1 - Bread for the World Annual North Carolina Convention from Patrick O'Neill
and Steve Hickle < email@example.com>
March 19, 2016, 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Highland United Methodist Church, 1901 Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC
2 - FCNL Advocacy Team Launch Workshop from Vernie Davis < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Please join us in forming a legislative advocacy team in the Triangle. FCNL (Friends Committee on National Legislation) is providing Training next Monday evening (Feb 29, 6:30-9:30 PM ) at Raleigh Friends Meeting (625 Tower St, Raleigh). Please feel free to invite or bring others.
FCNL, which lobbies for peace and justice issues, is currently focused on addressing mass incarceration.
Snacks and light refreshments will be available starting at 6:00.
Parking is on the street after 5:00 PM. Please note the lot across the street is not ours; the owner graciously lets us use it on weekends but asks that we not park there on weekdays.
3 - “SOULS TO THE POLLS” March from Barbara Smalley-McMahan
The Raleigh-Apex NAACP invites the Wake County faith
community to join us for the “SOULS TO THE POLLS”
March in Raleigh on Sunday, March 6, 2016.
All area ministers, rabbis and imams are asked to help
lead the march, which begins at 3:15 p.m. on the Shaw
University campus 118 E. South Street, just across
from the McDonalds on E. South St.
We'll walk in solidarity with one another to Chavis
Heights Community Center located at 505 Martin
Luther King, Jr. Boulevard.
We have a moral crisis in our state and there is a need
for massive participation. Join us to exercise your
right and civic duty to vote!
Please make plans now for your mosques, churches
and synagogues to march with us.
IT’S OUR TIME / IT’S OUR VOTE!!!!
CHURCH BANNERS ARE ALLOWED. NO SIGNS
SUPPORTING CANDIDATES OR POLITICAL
PARTIES ARE PERMITTED.