March 6, was our last all-Zoom Sunday service (fingers crossed!). This Sunday, March 13, join us for the return of hybrid church and several in-person options!
The Zoom link will be posted on a hybrid page — stay tuned.
While we’re Zoom-only, we’ll display the liturgy and music on slides. Please unmute yourself for liturgical responses! When we’re singing, please sing along with your microphone muted.
After church, stick around for Screenside Chat! Grab a cup of coffee, enjoy some fellowship, and engage in some lively conversation.
This Sunday we’ll welcome Christopher Faison as our facilitator for screen-side chat. Afterward, resident public health expert Peter Morris will answer any questions about Sunday’s shift back to in-person worship.
Christopher Faison planted roots in the Chapel Hill community for over two decades, initially as a UNC undergraduate from Hampton Roads, Va. As an active young alumnus, he frequented campus regularly and eventually was recruited to serve in UNC’s scholarships and student aid arena. Over the years, Chris became a proud holder of storytelling and unwritten histories from many Black faculty and administrators. Returning to Carolina’s campus a few years later to begin Men of Color initiatives, Chris quickly became a “resident griot,” sought out for this racialized institutional memory. Chris continues the legacy of passing along rich oral traditions with respect to UNC race history. A proponent of racial healing, Chris seeks to build a beloved community by facilitating truth telling at the local level, which is foundational to reconciliation and right relationship.
Questions and concerns can be addressed to Marion@TheAdvocateChurch.org