NCCJ hosts Faith and Social Justice: An Interfaith Conversation.
Join faith leaders from across the Triad on Mar 25, 2021 at 6 p.m. as they discuss:
- The impact that the heightened awareness of systemic racism across our nation and in our communities is having on how they show up in their role
- How they are addressing systemic racism within their membership and congregation and the challenges they have faced
- What they believe it will take, for our nation and our communities to heal and transform the divisions that seem to be ripping us apart
Speakers include Rabbi Fred Guttman, Temple Emanuel; Reverend Frank Thomas, Mount Zion Baptist Church of High Point and a leader of the Ministers Conference of High Point & Vicinity; Sam Perkins, associate pastor of youth and their families at Westminster Presbyterian Church; Michael Robinson, National Conference for Community and Justice program director; and Alan Sherouse, senior pastor at First Baptist Church Greensboro.