Religious Affairs Committee Charter
The Religious Affairs Committee includes ministerial and lay religious leaders who are also members. We promote an educational program designed to give moral and ethical interpretation to the civil rights struggle. We actively interpret the work of the Association to organized religious groups of all faiths, enlist the support of such organized religious groups for membership, fundraising, and the struggle for equality and full civil rights, and provide resource assistance for religious education and social action activities associated with the improvement of race relations.
Working on the Religious Affairs Committee
Meetings: We meet the last Tuesday of the month from 6:30-7:30pm via Zoom or conference call.
Estimated Time Commitment: We envision five to seven hours per month as the work of the committee continues to develop.
Who We’re Looking For: Anyone interested in introducing the larger community to the history and advocacy of the NAACP.
Activities: We offer information, referrals, program introduction, and interpretation.
Benefits of Working with Us: You will gain a greater understanding of and appreciation for the concept and practice of Social Justice at the intersection of Faith.