How to Join NBCI
Once your church joins the National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), you and your congregants will immediately have access to resources, information, directories and much more.
How NBCI Is Organized
- NBCI is organized by dividing the country into five geographic areas.
- Key Churches
- NBCI Communication and Distribution Network
- NBCI is 501C status organization in good standing.
- Board of Directors
- Board of Directors Compilation of Board Action from 2009 to 2013
NBCI NYC Staffers Shekinah Sayers and Anniyvette DiFrisco, Luis Arroyo Specialist, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in Clinical Trials for Janssen and NCBI President Rev. Anthony Evans Click image for larger size - opens in new window
Because of our defined geographical communities and the fact that the Church has such a commanding presence in the life and culture of African Americans the Church continues to play avital role in bringing every segment of the African American population together around key social issues. There are no demographics that the church is not able to organize, influence and create communities around specific issues, products and educational movements. This is why NBCI has moved with undue speed to technologically connect these segments of the population together with their churches, using the modern technology of websites, emails and social networking systems over the last five years.
The Purpose and Mission of the Black Church
On March 21, 2012, HDS professor Charles Adams explains in a powerful sermon/lecture, the true nature of the Black Church which this initiative is centered, at a Noon Service hosted by HDS Baptists. HDS Noon Service events present a weekly opportunity for the HDS community to pray or meditate with each other across many respective traditions.
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One of the most effective ways to influence culture is through the written word published on the largest communication medium in history -- the internet. Reverend Evans and these men and women have used the internet to speak out on important and controversial issues in 2012.