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  1. Jul 17

    Durham Pilgrimage of Pain and Hope

    3:00 PM-4:00 PM

  2. Aug 22

    East Durham Church Breakfast

    8:00 AM-9:00 AM

  3. Aug 29

    Bragtown Church Breakfast

    8:00 AM-9:00 AM


“For the first time in my journey – my faith, pain and hope can join a river of movement for a purpose that is greater than my life…I am deeply grateful.”

– Pilgrimage Participant

“I’ve been inspired by DurhamCares to collaborate, to reach out, and to build a greater network that can accomplish a greater good.”

– Church Mobilization Network Pastor

“The pilgrimage helped remind me that my place is bigger than just my house. Durham is my home.”

– Pilgrimage Participant

“The events they do raise awareness and build community in really special ways.”

– Event Participant

“This will serve as a monument throughout my time in Durham…the best next step in my journey. There’s a lot I’ve been learning since I moved here…The pilgrimage grounded that as well as spurred it on to more depth and seriousness.”

-Pilgrimage Participant

“DurhamCares helped us think about all that God was doing in our church and our community and challenged us to say ‘How can we be a part of that?’”

– Consulting Participant


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Racism: The History of the Problem

Racism: the History of the Problem with special guest, Rev. Dr. Willie Jennings, Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale Divinity School Join the Mt. Level Community Based Partnership for Racial Justice for a roundtable...

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Moving Forward

Moving Forward: A Global Pandemic, Racial Injustice, and Church Leadership in a Time of Crisis In late May, as stay at home orders were beginning to lift, faith leaders were faced with the question about how, if, and when to transition to in-person...

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