why do we provide resources?
Caring for your neighbors in holistic ways is a lifelong journey that requires ongoing growth and development for individuals and communities. We provide resources to educate and equip all the residents of Durham with practical ways to get involved, insights on pressing issues, and theological content to help you live a life that reflects the whole gospel.
Learn about opportunities to care for your neighbors in holistic ways.
Events and Workshops
Visit our events page to learn more about events and workshops throughout the year.
Want to go deeper? DurhamCares will partner with your congregation in a four-month consulting relationship that includes workshops, interviews, and surveys that help your congregation discover how you can be part of God’s mission in your community.
Solidarity Letter from Durham Faith Leadersread more
Photo: News and Observer Pilgrimage Through the Pandemic A Series for Learning, Reflection, and Transformation DurhamCares invites you to join us for four conversations dealing with some of the ways COVID-19 has impacted the community. These conversations will...read more
Updated Resources Scroll down to 3/16/2020 to see our initial response and initial list of resources. 5/6/2020 Updates Equitable Economic Advancement Collaborative EndHunger Durham Interactive Food Resource Map 4/21/21 Updates IEI Open Space Weekly Conversations with...read more
What is the Pilgrimage Media Toolkit? We want to make it easy for you to spread the word about the pilgrimage in your congregation or organization. The content on this page gives you everything you will need to share about the pilgrimage. Just click the link to...read more
Angel Brown, Diversity Coordinator, Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill I went on the Durham Pilgrimage of Pain and Hope for the second time, this time with high school students from Trinity. I wanted to take these students on the Pilgrimage because a lot of them...read more
Learn about the cohort of East Durham Churches connecting worship to their neighborhood.read more
A good starting point for learning more about the history and impact of mass incarceration.read more
A list of organizations and groups that are responding to mass incarceration in Durham.read more
Rev. Cleve May, pastor at CityWell UMC, shares about their church’s decision to provide protective sanctuary for Samuel Oliver-Bruno during the season of Advent.read more