That’s the theme of Dr. R. Bruce Douglass’ talk here on Reformation Sunday, October 27. It’s timely, given our search for both an interim and a full-time pastor: What does it mean to be part of this Presbyterian/Reformed tradition during times of transition? How do we do things differently from other faith traditions and why? Come find out! Bruce is a retired professor of political theory at Georgetown University and the founding director of The Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington. This is an important class for leaders of the church—elders and deacons alike—particularly if you are involved in our search process. So mark your calendars: Bruce will be speaking at 10:15 am in the Meeting House.
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