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QC Family Tree, in Charlotte, NC
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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“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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FUNDRAISER/SPECIAL EVENT

Who Wants to Be the Smartest Disciple? NBA Trivia Night at General Assembly

July 21, 2019

Join us on Sunday, July 21, for a Trivia Night After-Session at the 2019 General Assembly, benefiting the National Benevolent Association!

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Rebecca Hale

Executive Vice President
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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.