Bishop Ward describes the different ways the North Carolina Conference will be working to understand the scope of and dismantle racism – from the Cabinet, to the local churches, to the individual.
The Bishop’s Forum on Race and Reconciliation – Obstacles and Opportunities will be on Tuesday, March 22 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM at the NC Conference, 700 Waterfield Ridge Place, Garner, NC 27529. Dr. Christena Cleveland, Associate Professor of the Practice of Reconciliation at Duke University Divinity School, will guide a conversation around the topic… Continue Reading→
In this video, Bishop Ward talks about the NC Conference Freedom Rides and how we are called to be ministers of reconciliation.
The bishops of the AME, AME Zion, and CME Churches along with General Officers, clergy and laity from their churches had a meeting in Washington, DC this week. They worshiped together, strategized, hosted a press conference, and met at the White House, all in a concerted effort to confront and ultimately work to end racism… Continue Reading→
Bishop Hope Morgan Ward describes a writing project you can be a part of this Lenten season and invites you to share a personal story about when race began to matter.
Bishop Ward and the Rev. Chris Brady appeared on WNCN Ch. 17 to discuss the Sacred Conversations: Black Lives Matter event scheduled for Jan. 28 at Duke Memorial UMC.