The North Carolina Conference Board of Church and Society seeks to relate the gospel of Jesus Christ to the members of our churches and to the persons and structures of the communities and world in which they live. We seek to equip churches, their pastors, and their membership to bring the whole of human life, activities, possessions, use of resources, and community and world relationships into conformity with the will of God.
The word of the Board covers a variety of responsibilities, including providing social education, service, witness, and action on issues confronting the Church consistent with the Social Principles and the policies adopted by the General Conference. The Board also promotes the Peace with Justice program and offers grants to local congregations for program development.
Below you will find links for particular programs, issues, and opportunities for involvement as an individual or as a local congregation.
Education First: Excellence in Equitable Education. A legislative event presented by the United Methodist Women. August 25, 10 am – 3 pm, at Edenton Street UMC, Raleigh. Registration recommended: email@example.com
The links below will offer information and statements from The Social Principles and Book of Resolutions regarding a variety of issues as well as resources for further exploration.
Peace with Justice:
Part of the work of the Board is the Peace with Justice (PWJ) Program. More information about PWJ, including the grant requirements and application, are available here.
Follow this link for information on your rights to protest and participation in demonstrations. It also includes links for contacting elected representatives.