The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School, in partnership with DurhamCares, will co-sponsor a weekend pilgrimage for Duke Divinity School students, faculty, staff, and residents of the Durham, N.C., community.
The purpose of the Durham Pilgrimage of Pain and Hope is to connect the journey of discipleship with place, and to do it in one's particular city – the place participants call home, organizers said. Through encounters that foster a posture of listening and reflection during the pilgrimage, participants will see how their discipleship impacts and is impacted by the place they live. Learn more about the experience.
DurhamCares was founded to help Durham residents love their neighbors and invest in their community. The organization strives to inform, inspire, and connect Durham to community-driven service and development opportunities, which leverage individual, business, and church-based assets to achieve sustainable success and lasting social impact in the community.
To register for the pilgrimage, contact Reynolds Chapman, executive director of DurhamCares.