The 2020 Convocation w/ Dr. Cynthia Rigby
The 2020 Convocation of the Reformed Institute will take place Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the National Presbyterian Church.
Confirmation Retreat 2020: Videos Available!Claggett Center 3035 Buckeystown Pike, Adamstown, MD
Theme: "Growing Into the Reformed Christian Faith" We had a wonderful Retreat for Confirmation-Age Youth over leap year weekend! Six churches with over 35 youth attended and explored where Presbyterians fit in the Christian family, challenging aspects of God's grace and sovereignty, and how to live in and help reform the Church! Videos of Matt Taylor's…
Presbyterians and Race: A Reflective Experience in Power and Social Justice
The Reformed Institute will hold a reflective walk in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, to sites that mark key moments in the story of Presbyterians, white privilege and black resistance from colonial days to the present. The walk will focus on reflection, inspiration and a challenge to action for racial justice at each of the sites below. Limited to 25 participants. (Masks required, a van is available for those with physical limitations.)
Short Course on Biblical Justice and Christian FormationVirtual Event Virtual Event--link will be sent a few days before
This short course explores the Presbyterian scholar Michael Barram’s Missional Economics: Biblical Justice and Christian Formation. This is a LIVE ZOOM event on Saturdays, Nov. 7, 14, and 21 from 10:00-11:30 a.m. The author will lead one session, and two notable Church leaders will lead us in the others. This timely event is co-sponsored by the Justice Formation Fellowship, a…
Black Presbyterians and Racial Justice: Reshaping the Reformed Tradition in the U.S.Virtual Event Virtual Event--link will be sent a few days before
The Reformed Tradition has been complicit in slavery, segregation, and White dominance throughout U.S. history. At the same time, Black Presbyterians have drawn on deep wells of resilience and prophetic vision to contest such racism and to reframe the tradition from within. Two gifted scholars -- Dr. Perzavia Praylow and Dr. Douglas Brown Clark --…
Renewing Theology and Church for Public Life: March 6, 13, 20Virtual Event Virtual Event--link will be sent a few days before
This course brings church leaders and experts together to explore current cultural and generational challenges to the church, resources for renewing the church for public witness, and aspects of Theology and Public Policy--all within a Reformed framework.
Discerning Welcome: A Reformed Faith Approach to RefugeesDarnestown Presbyterian Church 15120 Turkey Foot Road, Gaithersburg, MD
Join us at Darnestown Presbyterian Church in Gaithersburg, Maryland (or virtually), for an in-person presentation by and dialogue with Dr. Ellen Clark Clémot.
2023 Convocation on the Injustices of the Doctrine of Discovery with Mark CharlesNational Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington, DC
The 2023 Reformed Institute Convocation will feature Mark Charles on the Injustices of the Doctrine of Discovery. Dr. John Lee will offer a response.
Confirmation Retreat 2023 (Registrations Full)
The February 24-26 retreat with Rev. John Molina-Moore will examine the foundations of our beliefs and begin the work of crafting a unique faith that works for our lives today.
Mini-Colloquy on the Doctrine of Discovery with John LeeNational Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington, DC
On Saturday, March 25, Dr. John Lee will present a mini-Colloquy on The Doctrine of Discovery and Its Implications for Reformed Christians.