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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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“Rhaji, the Servant.” Saints Art Project, by Rev. Helms Jarrell.
INCUBATE, STORIES

Does He Work?

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   June 07, 2016

The real-life stories of our QC Family Tree neighbors help the listener to connect more deeply with the community that exists in our neighborhood. The true-to-life stories of acceptance and family-like care rattle loose the myths from media and urban legend they have come to hold true.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

Finding Our People

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   April 25, 2016

Greg and I at QC Family Tree have been doing the work of community building for 10 years, rooted in Enderly Park, a West Charlotte neighborhood that bears the wounds of racial oppression and economic injustice. Over the years, we’ve witnessed a particular story repeat itself over and over.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

There Is Another Way

Rev. Helms Jarrell, Rev. Greg Jarrell   |   August 03, 2015

People ask me why I’m here: “You had the luxury of choosing where to live and what to do. At any time, you could choose to leave. You don’t have to stay there if you don’t want to.” You’re right. When I moved here, I did have a choice. But now that I’m here, I don’t want out.

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Webinar: Mission, Vision, and Core Values
LEARNING / TRAINING

Webinar: Vision, Mission and Core Values: Building Blocks for the Nonprofit Ministry

June 5, 2018

This webinar focuses on why a ministry should develop core guiding statements and walks through the process of naming an organization's "why and how."

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Dani Loving Cartwright

Vice President of Operations
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CHILDREN / YOUTH / FAMILY, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, ADVOCACY

Reach Beyond Mission is a poverty education/mission program for youth. Youth join youth from other churches across the country to explore issues of culture, gender, and poverty in an urban setting.