Wild Goose Festival

The Wild Goose Festival is a 4-day art, music, and story-driven transformational experience grounded in faith-inspired social justice. Come to not only learn from incredible speakers, but also to engage in robust and respectful conversation with thought leaders, writers, dreamers, artists, visionaries, and social justice activists. The 2018 collection of co-creaters includes Jen Hatmaker, Jon […]

Climate Justice Symposium

Emmanuel Baptist Church invites you to engage in solutions driven discussions and educational sessions on environmental justice, environmental racism, climate justice and addressing health disparities in African American communities. This seminar is FREE and open to the public and will be offered Friday, August 9, 5-8 pm and Saturday, August 10, 9:15 am to 3 […]

Mindful Together: Our Health Connects us to Each Other and God

Partners in Health and Wholeness invites you to join fellow neighbors and community members for a regional health gathering in Eastern North Carolina. The theme of the event is "Mindful Together: Our Health Connects Us to Each Other and God." The day will include conversation around the biggest health issues affecting Eastern NC through a lens […]

A Climate Mobilization Film Festival

Join the UCC Southern Conference's Creation Justice Network on Saturday, February 29, for "Biscuits and Popcorn: A Climate Mobilization Film Festival," at Elon Community UCC, 9:00 a.m. until noon. Thirteen presenters, representing 5 congregations and 8 NC faith-based environmental organizations, will be offering 5-minute film and slide presentations on Creation justice initiatives -- from solar […]


Sacred Conversations: Caretakers of Creation Part II: Faith and The Environment Q&A

We are doing things a little differently for the second Sacred Conversations in our series on faith, health and the environment. We invite you to join us as we hear from Sarah Ogletree, Program Coordinator for North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light, on her experiences working at the intersection of faith and the environment. What’s […]