The Blog of the Mecklenburg Interfaith Network


5 January 2017

Looking Back and Looking Forward

by Leslie Gipple / No Comments

A year ago, MeckMin’s future was insecure. A year ago, MeckMin accepted that change was needed. A year ago, our dedicated staff agreed to take on these uncertainties and reimagine a sustainable and vibrant interfaith network for the future. Today, MeckMin has completed a non-profit business assessment. Today, MeckMin has put in place plans to […]

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5 December 2016

Interfaith Matters Survey

by Jason Williams / No Comments

Will you give 5-7 minutes of your time to complete our brief Interfaith Matters Survey? Deadline: Friday, Dec 9, 8:00 pm Create your own user feedback survey

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24 October 2016

Showing Up, Standing Beside and Listening

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Pastoral reflection from the Charlotte Protests, excerpted from sermon delivered by Rev. Amy Jacks Dean at Park Road Baptist Church, September 25, 2016. I feel as though I have learned more in one week than in my whole life put together because I Showed Up and Stood Beside. And I listened. I make my living […]

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27 September 2016

Reflections of Our City

by Jason Williams / No Comments

From Rev. Amanthan Barbee, Statesville Avenue Presbyterian Church Our city is a place of unrest. There are so many unanswered questions, emotions, feelings, misunderstandings, and fears that we simply don’t know which way to turn. This is new to many of us. As a native Charlottean, it’s easy to say, “this is not my city.” […]

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