The NC Synod, in its new vision statement, is committed to growing and caring for whole and healthy leaders. Included in that effort is the promise to develop culturally-sensitive leaders. We stand ready to celebrate and lift up the gifts of all of God’s people and to learn together how to best reflect God’s beautiful creation in the body of Christ that is our synod.

 Training Opportunity

In collaboration with the Director for Evangelical Mission, the African Descent Strategy Team will help to provide opportunities for the NC Synod to prepare leaders for healthy intercultural and interracial interactions for the sake of the world.

November 8, 2018St. Luke's, Conover
December 5, 2018Prince of Peace, Greensboro
January 3, 2019Epiphany, Winston-Salem
January 8, 2019Kimball Memorial, Kannapolis
January 9, 2019Christ the King, Cary
January 10, 2019Grace, Salisbury
January 12, 2019St. John's, Cherryville
February 6, 2019Philadelphia, Granite Falls
February 13, 2019Trinity, Rocky Mount
February 16, 2019St. Mark's, Asheville
February 26, 2019St. Luke's, Charlotte
May 08, 2019First, Lexington
April 27, 2019 St. Paul's, Wilmington

Congregations are invited to attend.
Pastors and Deacons are required to attend one of the trainings. There is no cost & lunch will be provided. The training lasts 6—8 hours.

For more information contact:
The Rev. Danielle DeNise