Westminster's ministry reflects a commitment to the Trinity of justice, sacrifice, and peace*.
Westminster DC is committed to social justice.
*Courtesy of intern Bob Clegg.
(for people who identify as "white")
White people, especially liberal, progressive ones, must continue to work on recognizing and dismantling their own internal racism. Rev. Ruth Hamilton and Elder George Kerr lead these initial sessions for members and friends of WestminsterDC.
Let us know if your group needs a place to camp out for a demonstration, protest or other act of civic engagement or civil disobedience. We believe in being active participants in the public realm.
Thank you for the generosity of your hospitality. I've long felt that religion has lost its way, so far from the message of Christ, but you have restored my faith. Thank you for your good work in the world. --Gabriella Cordova
On behalf of the National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC), thank you so much for allowing us to use your church facilities for the Women's March. We would not have been able to participate in the numbers we did without your generous support. In solidarity, Becky Belcore
Together with the entirety of the Women's March DC Local Org. we are writing to thank you for your tremendous support and positive energy as you worked with us to make the March the tremendous success it was. The Church's basement was ideally suited...for the sign-making parties, the love and support generally and for being you: Our gratitude--Elizabeth and DC Local Ambassadors
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(for people of African descent only)
Presbyterian Elder and Spiritual Director Therese Taylor-Stinson and Lorie Jackson are trained in leadingEmotional Emancipation Circles--
safe, healing places for blacks only.
Come learn about these circles and
consider being part of this one.