Stories & News

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MENTAL HEALTH, ANTI-RACISM/PRO-RECONCILIATION, STORIES

A Time to Protest and a Time to Rest

Angela Whitenhill   |   July 13, 2016

As activists, we all too often seem to put ourselves last when it comes to caring about the safety and wellbeing of others. Read on about psychological risks of activism and ways to respond and maintain balance, wellness, and healthy mental health.

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MENTAL HEALTH, NEWS

Launching the Mental Health Affinity Group

Angela Whitenhill   |   May 19, 2016

We are excited to announce the formal launch of the Mental Health and Congregational Care Affinity Group!

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MENTAL HEALTH, STORIES

Embarking Upon a Mental Health Book Study

Angela Whitenhill   |   April 25, 2016

As the NBA works to create meaningful ways to acknowledge mental health in the life of the church, our staff participated in a six-week Lenten book study focused on mental health, faith, and inclusion.

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MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVE

Mental Health Resource: Online Worship Service for Holy Week

April 17, 2019

Join the NBA’s Mental Health Resource Task Team for a thoughtful and thought provoking online Grief and Loss worship service for Maundy Thursday, facilitated by a collective of voices from across the life of the church.

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Lesley Durham

Director of Operations Accounting
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COMMUNITY BUILDING, CHILDREN / YOUTH / FAMILY

QC Family Tree works to embody an alternative, a way of life that is centered, whole, and founded on love. We who call ourselves QC Family Tree seek to be kinfolk rooted in discipleship in West Charlotte.