Alert: St. C's will close on Mon., Jan. 21 to observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. For pastoral emergencies, please call 202-363-4119.

Sunday Forums

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Join us for presentations that stimulate our imagination about living the Christian life in this community, and in today’s changing world. Hear from our rector and lay leaders, as well as distinguished outside speakers on topics that challenge us on a wide range of current issues.

Upcoming Sunday Forums

Our Forums bring us all together to talk about the big issues and tough challenges we face – but also to celebrate our community and find new directions together.
Join us Sundays at 10:15 am! (Locations vary)

January 6

"Redeeming Dementia"
Join us as we explore the intersection of spirituality and dementia with the authors of "Redeeming Dementia." Learn about this new book that explores what happens in the brain chemically and the soul spiritually when one’s mind starts to become unraveled by the effects of Alzheimer's and Dementia. (Church Nave)

January 13

"If I Ever Lose My Mind"
The Rev. Susan Flanders will join us to talk about her latest book, "If I Ever Lose My Mind," a thoughtful exploration of the role of aid in dying for those living with dementia. You won't want to miss this thoughtful and personal Sunday Forum talk. (Church Nave)

Instruments of Change Series: From White Guilt to Empowered Ally

Dr. Durryle Brooks, love researcher and social justice educator returns to St. C’s for a three-part conversation on ways we can upend racism in America.

January 20

"Tips for Being an Ally" (Church Nave)

January 27

"How to Talk to your Children and Grandchildren about Race" (Church Nave)

February 3

"The Role of Race in American Professions" (Great Hall)
Hear fellow parishioners reflect on how race impacts the work they do and the world they live in.