Wednesday evenings, September 14 - October 19, we will have an opportunity to learn more about Nashville Organized for Action and Hope (NOAH) from local organizers and Belmonters who have committed themselves to issues of affordable housing, education, economic equity, and criminal justice reform in the Nashville area.

NOAH is a faith led coalition that is multi-racial and interdenominational comprised of congregations, community organizations, and labor unions that work to give voice to traditionally marginalized people. NOAH engages ordinary people in the political and economic decisions affecting their lives, acting as a unified voice for the faith and justice community to act on its values in the public arena.

Make plans to Join us to find out how YOU can participate and share your voice to help create a more equitable city for ALL. We will meet in Parker Hall from 6:00-7:00pm. Go to belmontumc.org/noah to learn more.

Our scheduled topics are:

September 14 - Mike Hodge, NOAH Organizer will lead us in an exercise to discover the "burning bush" issues of our Belmont community.
September 21 - Affordable Housing
September 28 - Criminal Justice
October 5 - Economic Equity
October 19 - Education reform