MECKMIN AT A GLANCE
Mecklenburg Metropolitan Interfaith Network (MeckMIN)
promotes interfaith collaboration to foster understanding, compassion and justice.
We envision a community that lives by the highest values and core virtues of its rich faith traditions and respects the dignity of every person.
Crisis & Compassion Docuseries Highlights Interfaith Responses to
Covid-19 In Mecklenburg County
Telling Charlotte's Interfaith Story
Helping people recognize the value of religious pluralism for the Charlotte community is the aim of the Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) Bridge Builders Project. The team, led by Kip Mobley, Assistant Professor of Religion and Coordinator for the Spiritual Life Center at Johnson C. Smith University is producing a series of short documentary videos that capture how diverse religious communities are responding to the pandemic, often through virtual efforts. More than 40 interviews have been conducted so far.
- Wed, Apr 14ZoomApr 14, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PMZoomThe East Charlotte Leaders meeting is open to anyone interested in supporting compassionate community response to our most vulnerable neighbors in this time of crisis. Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 3:00pm-4:00pm. Register to receive Zoom access!
- Thu, Apr 15ZoomApr 15, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PMZoomAround the world people of faith realize that our earth and all people are sacred and at risk. Just how to respond is a conversation that often feels overwhelming and even discouraging. How we can strengthen our faith voice to respond to one of the most pressing issues of our time.
- Thu, Apr 22ZoomApr 22, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PMZoomOpen Table events aim to build substantive relationships among our diverse congregations based on our shared humanity, reaching beyond the divides of tribalism. Unlike past events in which representatives from 2 or 3 specific congregations participated, April and May events will be open to all!