Does our discipleship call us to speak out on matters of justice for the sake of our communities and attempt to reframe the political discussion so that justice and righteousness will be served? Recognizing that each of us is a unique creation with resulting viewpoints and perspectives, how can we heed the common message of Jesus to shape and influence our social consciences and response? Are there ways for worshiping communities to set aside their differences, rise above the political dialogue and work together for justice for all? Easy questions, difficult answers.

(The following congregations have submitted examples of Best Practices. Clicking on a congregation's name will take you to a page describing the congregation's Best Practice.)

First, Greensboro

St. Luke, Charlotte