The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in Princeton, N.J., funds Faith in Action, a program using congregations and other community groups to provide greater access to health care for the ill, including those with Alzheimer’s. Doug Smith is program coordinator for Faith in Action, which is based at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C.
The Center for Reconciliation at Duke University in Durham, N.C. is dedicated to “shaping a distinctly Christian vision of reconciliation, with a desire to equip the Church for reconciliation, justice, and peacemaking in a divided world.”
Members of United Church of Chapel Hill in North Carolina is a congregation church that “seeks to respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed.” Contact co-pastors Jill or Richard Edens.
The Stiefel Freethought Foundation provides strategic and financial assistance to the freethought movement. The foundation strives to gain respect for freethinkers and ensure total separation of church and state. Todd Stiefel of Raleigh, N.C., is founder and president.
Based in Chapel Hill, N.C., Second Journey promotes the values of mindfulness, service and community for the second half of life. Bolton Anthony chairs Second Journey.
The Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America is the largest network of Baptist peacemakers in the world. Contact information manager Allison Paksoy.
The National Campus Ministry Association is a professional organization for those working in Christian ministry in higher education. It’s based in Charlotte, N.C.
The Department of Pastoral Services at the Duke University Medical Center provides spiritual services for individuals experiencing health crises.
The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church evolved from the experience of African slaves in America. It is headquartered in North Carolina.