Connecting the Faith: Assets & Resources

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Please join us for this free virtual forum
Thursday, June 23, 2022
2:00 to 3:00 p.m., EST

If you are a faith-based leader, community, or organization leader, or just a concerned citizen this free virtual session is for you!

Join us for this virtual forum to hear about programs available in North Carolina providing resources, training, and assets for faith-based, community, and non-profit organizations committed to achieving common goals for the community.

In 2020 North Carolina, along with the entire nation was hit hard by theA church made of arrows pointing up. COVID-19 pandemic. In response to a need for faith-based organizations to recognize how to respond, rebound, and provide for the community. N.C. Cooperative Extension partnered with Rep. James D. Gailliard, Senior Pastor of Word Tabernacle Church in Rocky Mount. Together we presented a 3-part  forum on Connecting the Faith: Meeting Community Needs in a Crisis.

Today as our faith-based, community, and non-profit organizations continue to adapt in order to provide needed resources and information in their communities. We wanted to provide this forum to connect individuals and organizations with programs in North Carolina to help them service the continuing needs of their communities.

Guest Panelists include:

  • Aaron Hayworth: Food and Faith Coordinator  – Resourceful Communities
  • Heather Kilbourne: Senior Program Manager, Faith in Rural Communities – NC Rural Center

Register Online using our Google Form.

Informational Flyer: Connecting the Faith

Zoom link will be sent out prior to forum date. 

N.C. Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider.