OUR VISION

Seeking the cultural, social, and spiritual renewal of Raleigh

We’re a movement of churches and Christians partnering together to reach the whole city of Raleigh as it grows and changes. We’re about equipping, connecting, and mobilizing Christians to seek the common good of the city.

CENTER FOR PUBLIC CHRISTIANITY INITIATIVES
NEW CITY FELLOWS

Our premier fellowship program for emerging leaders

Learn how to integrate faith, work, and culture with leading practitioners and public theologians.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Join the conversation on faith and
our common life together

March – April 2020

Confessions of Augustine Lecture Series

Join Director Josh Chatraw as he explores the Confessions of Augustine, a book with surprising and profound relevance to life today in an age of anxiety.

Monday, April 27 | 7:00 – 8:00 pm

New City Fellows Virtual Info Session

Join us in exploring the New City Fellows program for emerging leaders. Hear from Center staff and current Fellows about the program, what it looks like to be a Fellow, and how to apply.

Grab your dinner, favorite dessert, or drink and join us remotely on Zoom!

PAST EVENT | Friday, February 21 | 12 pm

Center for Public Christianity Inaugural Lunch Lecture Series featuring James K.A. Smith

Come celebrate and hear more about what the Center is doing. Award-winning author of You Are What You Love James K. A. Smith will be speaking. Attendance is limited.

GET INVOLVED

How to get involved with the
Center for Public Christianity

From our Fellows program to our Guilds and Public events, there are many ways for you to join us in seeking the spiritual, social, and cultural good of Raleigh.

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Apply to New City Fellows

Invest nine months toward integrating your faith and work, theological training, personal and spiritual development, community formation, and cultural renewal.

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Refer a Fellow

Know someone you think would be a good fit for the New City Fellows program? Share their information with us so we can reach out to them.

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Apply to Mentor a Fellow

Invest your time walking alongside a rising leader – to encourage, pray, and just hang out with them. Learn more about becoming a mentor.

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Attend an Event

Join the conversation on faith and our common life together by attending a Guild meeting or a Forum.

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Give

Support our work and invest in the next generation of leaders of Raleigh and its churches and institutions.