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As America confronts racial inequity in its criminal justice system and clashing protests face off on city streets, we embark on a Congregational Conversation that has never felt more urgent.
This fall, in partnership with Shiloh Baptist Church, John Wesley AME Zion Church, Contee AME Zion Church, and Howard University Divinity School, we will examine historic and contemporary racial injustice in our nation and work to find a path to help repair our world. With each other and with our partners in the Black faith community, we will explore, talk, listen, and do the important work that is critical to affect change.
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This dynamic program of public lectures brings world-renowned authors, scholars, political leaders, policy experts, and theologians to WHC to share their perspectives on timely issues or their research into Jewish culture and history.
We are pleased to present prominent writers of the nation’s newest works on topics of Jewish interest, often in cooperation with the Jewish Book Council.
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Founded by the EmptyNesters, Inside the Issues is a unique, in-depth discussion series on current issues in our world today, including anti-Semitism, immigration, healthcare, and politics.
Open to the entire Congregation, discussions are led by experts within our Congregation or friends of congregants who provide us with a real-world perspective based on their own experiences.
Addressing issues confronting 21st-century families.
Today’s families face new and growing challenges. Our programs and speakers strive to address these needs and provide information, education, guidance, and support.
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