2020 Faithful Families Summit

Engagement and Equity:  Faith and Health Partnerships for Thriving Communities

 

March 30 – April 1, 2020

Registration is open for the 2020 Faithful Families Virtual Summit.  This event is FREE and open to all who are interested!

 

What is the Faithful Families Virtual Summit?

For each day of the week, the Summit will focus on a particular health-related topic within the faith and health space.  You will receive a newsletter in their email inbox, and it will direct you to attend a webinar, watch a recorded video, or participate in a live discussion with presenters on the topic.  The newsletters will also contain a daily personal challenge and helpful resources.

 

Join the conversation on social media!

Throughout the Summit week, we also encourage you to engage with conversations via social media (Twitter and Facebook), where we will be sharing and posting about the Summit event and resources.

 

Recognize outstanding Faithful Families programs!

Are you implementing an innovative, successful, or emerging Faithful Families Thriving Communities program in your community or state?  Do you know of someone who is?  We want to hear about the incredible work being done to better the health of faith communities across the country.  Submit an application for an award to recognize these outstanding programs on the last day of the Faithful Families Virtual Summit.  Awards applications are due by Monday, March 2.

 

Share your Faithful Families success stories!

We want to hear about your Faithful Families experience.  Submit a success story about your Faithful Families program for us to share throughout the Summit week.

National PartnersSUBMIT HERE

North Carolina PartnersSUBMIT HERE

The Faithful Families Virtual Summit is FREE and open to all who are interested.

 

Register Form

If you have questions about registrations, please contact Julia Yao (julia_yao@ncsu.edu) or Kim Eshleman (keshlem@ncsu.edu).

Monday, March 30 – Friday, April 1

For each day of the week, the Summit will focus on a particular health-related topic within the faith and health space.  Here is a quick glance at the agenda for the week.

 

Day 1 (Monday, March 30)

Day 2 (Tuesday, March 31)

  • Racial Equity and the Food System: The role of faith communities in re-shaping the food environment

Day 3 (Wednesday, April 1)

  • Mental Health

Day 4 (Thursday, April 2)

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences: How faith communities can address trauma and grow resilience

Day 5 (Friday, April 3):

Our list of Summit presenters will be made available soon.

Summit Awards

Are you implementing an innovative, successful, or emerging Faithful Families Thriving Communities program in your community or state?  Do you know of someone who is?  We want to hear about the incredible work being done to better the health of faith communities across the country.

Submit an application for an award to recognize these outstanding programs on the last day of the Faithful Families Virtual Summit.

Awards applications are due by Monday, March 2.

We want to hear about your Faithful Families experience!  Submit a success story about your Faithful Families program for us to share throughout the Summit week!

National PartnersSUBMIT HERE

NC Facilitators — SUBMIT HERE