Earlier this year CBFNC hosted a Christian Advocacy 101 webinar series where we explored advocacy work as a natural extension of our church’s commitment to mission work. This fall we
Earlier this year CBFNC hosted a Christian Advocacy 101 webinar series where we explored advocacy work as a natural extension of our church’s commitment to mission work. This fall we will take a deep dive into advocacy work happening in our state and explore ways your congregation can get involved. Our first session will be held Tuesday, September 21 at 2:00 p.m. Suzanne Miller, from Pastors for NC Children, will facilitate our conversation about education advocacy.
Pastors for NC Children (PNCC) seeks to connect pastors and congregations across NC to advocate for the public education needs to support NC’s 1.4 million school children. We encourage congregations to connect with their local schools to see firsthand the needs and help to address them in the short term. Recognizing that many congregations already have school partnerships, we want to invite these congregations to take their service one step further to address the systems that perpetually under-resource public schools at the state and federal policy level. We believe that by building a network of clergy and congregations who pay attention to public schools and the policies that affect them, using their voices to support public education across the state, we can make a lasting difference in the lives of NC children. Find us online at https://pastorsforncchildren.org or on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram at @Pastors4nckids.
(Tuesday) 2:00 pm