Crisis & Compassion Video Series Premiere - MeckMIN: Making a Shidduch
Time & Location
About the Event
The first episode of Crisis and Compassion will premiere on Tuesday, December 1, at 7:00 PM and you are invited to the Zoom event. Crisis and Compassion is a video series documenting how diverse religious communities in our area are responding to the pandemic by working with local service providers, local government, and other faith communities to meet the needs arising from the pandemic.
At the premiere event, you will see first episode, “MeckMIN: Making a Shidduch.” After the screening, you will hear from the project team, have a chance to ask questions and make comments, and get an update on future episodes. The first episode features interviews with LeDayne McLeese Polaski of MeckMIN, Pawanjit Singh of Gurdwara Sahib Charlotte, John Ederer of the Muslim Community Center of Charlotte, Deborah Woolard of Block Love Charlotte, Kristen Anderson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Rebecca Yarbrough of the Chapel of Christ the King, Tina Postel of Loaves and Fishes, Lorenzo Small, Sr., of First United Presbyterian Church, Dusty Klass of Temple Beth El, Sonja Lee of the Lionel Lee Jr. Center for Wellness, and Val Rosenquist of First United Methodist Church.
The Crisis and Compassion Team :
Dr. Kendal Mobley, Associate Professor of Religion, Coordinator of the Spiritual Life Center, Johnson C. Smith University
JCSU students Exodus Moon and Iyanla Parsanlal
Rev. LeDayne McLeese Polaski, Executive Director of Mecklenburg Metropolitan Interfaith Network (MeckMIN)
To attend the premiere event, follow the link below to register. Once you’ve registered, you will have access to the Zoom link and password for the event. Feel free to share the registration information with others in your community, but please do not share the Zoom link and password, as we want everyone who attends to register. Thank you!
Please note that the premiere event will be recorded.