EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

Join us at these events to connect with Pastors for NC Children!

We are hosting Monthly Leaders Gatherings on Zoom on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 10-11am. Register for the meeting at http://bit.ly/PNCCLeaders . The Zoom link is the same for each meeting, so you only need to register once for the link to any of the monthly meetings. These are open meetings for any faith leaders, community members, or those interested in the conversation about the intersections of faith and public education advocacy. We spend time meeting those on the call, sharing news about education in NC, and encouraging one another in this justice work.

Our next meetings are:

Wednesday, October 27th, 10am EDT

Wednesday, November 24th, 10am EST

Wednesday, January 26th, 10am EST

Wednesday, February 23rd, 10am EDT


PREVIOUS EVENTS

Forum on September 16, 2020

Register here to join Pastors for NC Children, United Methodist Advocating for Public Schools Groups, and more co-sponsors for this Zoom event.

Good Faith Media Public Education Forum 8/25/2020

Watch P4NCC Director Rev. Suzanne Miller, NCAE President Tamika Walker Kelly, Pastors for Oklahoma Director Rev. Clark Frailey, and Pastors for Texas Children Associate Director Cameron Vickery discuss privatization of public schools.

Pastors for NC Children is a proud founding partner of Communities for the Education Of Every Child NC. We were glad to participate in the Launch Press Conference on 6/17/2020.

State Superintendent Equity Forum with Action for Equity

February 20, 2020 6:30pm Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

Livestream available from Parents For Public Schools of Pitt County on their Facebook Page

NAACP’s HKonJ March

Saturday, February 8, 2020 Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, NC

We joined in with over 200 Social Justice and Community Organizations from across NC.

Eggs and Issues Breakfast by the Public School Forum of NC

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 7:30am McKimmon Center, NC State University, Raleigh, NC

We joined in with over 340 School and Community leaders, businesses and organizations from across NC to discuss the #Leandro Court Case.

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