For now, we will wait

As North Carolina reopens, protests continue, and summer begins, COVID-19 continues to spread in our city and in our state. The need to protect our most vulnerable is intensifying as cases increase and hospitalizations rise, even as North Carolina loosens gathering restrictions for houses of worship. Faith leaders call for continued vigilance in our community through physical distancing, wearing masks, washing hands, and delaying in-person worship.

MeckMin Interfaith Network

Charlotte Interfaith Leaders

Rev. Amelia Stinson-Wesley
World Connections for Women

Rabbi Asher Knight
Temple Beth El

Ayya Sudhamma Bhikkhuni
Charlotte Buddhist Vihara

Rev. Bob Henderson
Covenant Presbyterian Church

Bishop Claude Richard Alexander, Jr.
The Park Church

Rev. Dr. James Howell
Myers Park United Methodist Church

Rev. Dr. Jerry Cannon
C.N. Jenkins Memorial Presbyterian Church

Rev. Dr. Joe Clifford
Myers Park Presbyterian Church

Imam John Ederer
Muslim Community Center Charlotte

Rabbi Judy Schindler
Sklut Professor of Jewish Studies, Queens University

Rev. Michelle Chappell
Dilworth United Methodist Church

Rev. Dr. Mike Moses
Lake Forest Church (EPC)

Rev. Pen Peery
First Presbyterian Church

Pawanjit Singh
Charlotte Sikh Community

Rev. Ray McKinnon
South Tryon Community United Methodist Church

Rev. Steve Lindsley
Trinity Presbyterian Church

Val Rosenquist
First United Methodist Church