We are called to life together in our COMMUNITY.

This means taking part in what Durham has to offer, including hiking in Eno State Park, visiting the Durham Farmers' Market, and going to live music in Durham’s Central Park. But it also means listening to the needs of our neighbors and trying to meet those needs faithfully. It means learning from Durham’s religious and civic leaders about our city’s challenges around affordable housing, systemic racism, food insecurity, and homelessness. It means tutoring kids from Durham Public Schools, eating meals with neighbors we may not otherwise break bread with, and walking alongside newly-arrived refugee families as they navigate life in a new place. It means learning the stories and history of this community by going on a Durham History Hub bike tour, or participating in the Durham Pilgrimage of Pain and Hope.