Our first ever Alamance County Pilgrimage is one week away.
To join us for this special day, we need registrations by Monday at the latest! Please register today if you plan to join us. We will be welcoming friends from First Baptist Church and the larger community as we learn more about our local community.
In a time when political rhetoric often imagines two Americas—one urban, one rural—we will engage the grounds of the Alamance County Courthouse and its complex history as a place of “Red String” resistance to the Civil War, a lynching site during the Redemption movement, and a contemporary space where racial disparities of our criminal justice system are played out.
If love of God means love of neighbor, as Jesus taught, what does it look like to live, love, and worship as inheritors of this messy history?
Since time is of the essence, if you would like to join a diverse group of North Carolinians for this day of pilgrimage together, please send an email directly to me so I can make sure and reserve a spot for you!