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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 Formation

Virtual 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…



Renewing Theology and Church for Public Life: March 6, 13, 20

Virtual 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 Refugees

Darnestown 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.


The Power of Lament for the Church

Lewinsville Presbyterian Church 1724 Chain Bridge Rd, McLean, VA

In The Power of Lament for the Dr. David Gambrell will explore Biblical, theological and liturgical forms of lament for the Christian life.


2024 Convocation with Dr. Mark Labberton

National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington, DC

Dr. Labberton will speak on "God's Character, God's Mission, and The Work of God's People: Everywhere All at Once."


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