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Job Preparedness

Lewinsville Presbyterian Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church of McLean, Virginia, are partnering to launch a monthly series of panel discussions on “Pathways Out of Poverty in Northern Virginia.” This event focused on Job Preparedness. The event features Michelle Morgan, Administrator of the Fairfax County Adult High School; Paul Steiner, Adult and Community Education Administrator for Fairfax County Public Schools; Laura Siko, Director…

Annual Salzman Lecture

Hidden in Full View: Confronting the Legacy of Racism in the Age of FractureDr. Charles Chavis, Jr., Speaker Dr. Chavis is the Founding Director of the John Mitchell, Jr. Program for History, Justice, and Race at George Mason University’s Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution.  He is also an Assistant Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution and History,…

BLACK AND REFORMED IN AMERICA: The Witness of Black Presbyterians – Class 5

BLACK PRESBYTERIANS AND THE REFORMED TRADITION Presbyterian churches in America have long had Black members. But even though Black Presbyterians had some eloquent leaders their thinking has not been well known by other Presbyterians in this country (most of whom have been White). Indeed, more often than not the views of Black Presbyterians on everything from theology to civil politics have been…

BLACK AND REFORMED IN AMERICA: The Witness of Black Presbyterians – Class 4

KATIE CANNON: “WOMANIST” LIBERATION Presbyterian churches in America have long had Black members. But even though Black Presbyterians had some eloquent leaders their thinking has not been well known by other Presbyterians in this country (most of whom have been White). Indeed, more often than not the views of Black Presbyterians on everything from theology to civil politics have been ignored by…

BLACK AND REFORMED IN AMERICA: The Witness of Black Presbyterians – Class 3

GAYRAUD WILMORE: DESEGREGATION AND/OR BLACK POWER? Presbyterian churches in America have long had Black members. But even though Black Presbyterians had some eloquent leaders their thinking has not been well known by other Presbyterians in this country (most of whom have been White). Indeed, more often than not the views of Black Presbyterians on everything from theology to civil politics have been…

Financial Empowerment

Lewinsville Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church of McLean have partnered to launch a monthly series of panel discussions on “Pathways Out of Poverty in Northern Virginia.” This is the second event in the series held on Sunday, January 16, 2022. The event features Annamarie Lusardi, Founder and Director of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center at the George Washington University School of…

BLACK AND REFORMED IN AMERICA: The Witness of Black Presbyterians – Class 2

FRANCIS GRIMKE: “Slavery is Gone but its Spirit Remains.” Presbyterian churches in America have long had Black members. But even though Black Presbyterians had some eloquent leaders their thinking has not been well known by other Presbyterians in this country (most of whom have been White). Indeed, more often than not the views of Black Presbyterians on everything from theology to civil…

BLACK AND REFORMED IN AMERICA: The Witness of Black Presbyterians – Class 1

HENRY HIGHLAND GARNET: The Sinfulness of Voluntary Submission Presbyterian churches in America have long had Black members. But even though Black Presbyterians had some eloquent leaders their thinking has not been well known by other Presbyterians in this country (most of whom have been White). Indeed, more often than not the views of Black Presbyterians on everything from theology to civil politics…

Affordable Housing

Lewinsville Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church of McLean have partnered to launch a monthly series of panel discussions on “Pathways Out of Poverty in Northern Virginia.” This is the first event in the series held on Sunday, October 31, 2021. The event features Christopher Fay, Executive Director of Homestretch, and Carmen Romero, President and CEO of Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH), and will…

Is Faith Still Possible?

We welcome the Rev. Jessica Tate, Stated Supply Pastor at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, to Lewinsville on this Reformation Sunday, October 31, 2021. Rev. Tate led our Adult Education class at 9:30 am on the above topic, then served as our guest preacher at the 11:00 am Service of Worship. Rev. Jessica Tate is a founding director of NEXT Church and an International Coaching…