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
Interfaith Responses to Covid-19
Episode 2: The Muslim in the Room: A Conversation with Hannah Hasan
The second in our Crisis and Compassion video series produced in partnership with Johnson C. Smith University, The Muslim in the Room: A Conversation with Hannah Hasan highlights the ways in which one local artist and activist has responded to the Covid19 crisis. With humor and insight, Hannah Hasan reflects here, in conversation with MeckMIN Executive Director LeDayne McLeese Polaski, on her faith and how its call to mercy and compassion inform her daily life, especially in this challenging season.
The Crisis and Compassion series is made possible by a grant from Bridge Builders Charlotte.
- MeckMIN Faith, Community and Non-Profit Leader Covid-19 Check-In MeetingThu, Jan 21ZoomJan 21, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ESTZoomMecklenburg County community resources, Nonprofit updates and current needs, volunteer opportunites and interfaith collaboration. Our weekly check-in meeting is open to anyone interested in supporting compassionate community response to our most vulnerable neighbors in this time of crisis.
- 2021 Comparative Religion: The Path of Healing (Trauma, Pain, and the Challenges of the Past Year)Tue, Jan 19ZoomJan 19, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PMZoomWe invite you to learn about how Charlotte’s Multi-Faith Communities understand individual and communal healing. The interactive evenings will be on Zoom and will include rich discussions from a diverse group of faith leaders with weekly opportunities for Q&A. Sponsored by Temple Beth El and MeckMIN