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NBA Incubate Partner, QC Family Tree
CORONAVIRUS, RESILIENCE AND CARE

How QC Family Tree is Adapting in the Midst of Uncertainty

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   March 28, 2020

QC Family Tree is a community organization working at the intersection of faith, culture, and social change, rooted in the Enderly Park neighborhood of West Charlotte, North Carolina.

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STORIES, ANTI-RACISM/PRO-RECONCILIATION, INCUBATE

Hummingbirds in a Dry Land

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   February 25, 2020

In September, we hosted an Anti Racism/Pro-Reconciliation training for 45 individuals. QC Family Tree Founder, Rev. Helms Jarrell shares what attending this training meant to her.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

Hallowed Placemaking: Part 3

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   October 29, 2018

In part 3 of the Hallowed Placemaking series, Rev. Helms highlights the people and places that inspire QC Family Tree's practice of Hallowed Placemaking.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

Hallowed Placemaking: Part 2

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   June 05, 2018

In part 2 of the Hallowed Placemaking series, Rev. Helms explores issues of displacement, development, and a place-based practice of resurrection.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

Hallowed Placemaking

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   April 17, 2018

The Christian practice of making sacred space isn’t a new concept, but perhaps we can approach it with fresh perspective.

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MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVE

SoulCare: Taking Pause in Crisis

April 8, 2020

Our Mental Health & Wellness Initiative team invites you to join us for a moment to pause and process. Over the coming weeks, NBA will host a series of SoulCare moments to practice self-care and prayer.

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Bonnie Osei-Frimpong

Director of NBA XPLOR
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HUNGER / FOOD SECURITY, HOMELESSNESS, COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE

Safe Haven is a drop-in program serving the homeless and low-income families in the Baileys Crossroads Community of Falls Church, VA.