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Meet a PC(USA) congregation in North Carolina that’s been doing social justice ministry for decades

Learn about the advocacy ministry of Saint James Presbyterian Church in Greensboro through this eight-minute video

by Rich Copley, Presbyterian Mission Agency | Special to Presbyterian News Service

LEXINGTON, Kentucky — Saint James Presbyterian Church in Greensboro, North Carolina, has been involved in social justice ministry “from its inception,” Ruling Elder Mildred Powell says.

By clicking the link above, you can learn about the work of the Saint James Social Justice Advocacy Ministry, including new initiatives to address issues such as infant mortality and how to train young people for advocacy work.

Saint James Presbyterian Church was one of the first churches to join in the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Matthew 25 vision to eradicate systemic poverty, dismantle structural racism and build congregational vitality.

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