Why should members of the faith community care about the success of our public schools?
Who makes decisions about public school funding in NC, and how do our schools compare with others in the Southeast and across the nation?
What are some ways we can support our public school children and educators and begin to advocate for them in our own communities?
For answers to these and other questions about “Our Faith, Our Children, Our Public Schools,” join our NCCUMC United Women in Faith and Congregations for Children at Edenton Street United Methodist Church on Saturday, April 22, at 10:00 am as we learn about and discuss the issues facing our public school children and educators as they emerge from the challenges of the Covid era.
Visit our Event Page to learn more, read about the speakers, and register. The registration deadline is April 9. We invite you to share this widely in your churches and communities. Bring a friend; all are welcome!