Thirsting for Justice

What does the Bible have to teach us about racial justice? Or about LGBTQ liberation? What’s the connection between faith and sexuality? What does the Christian tradition have to teach us about gender equality—or about rupturing the binary? And how can progressive Christians relate to people of other faiths and no faith?

Explore possible answers to these and many more questions at the intersection of Christian faith and social justice in a frank and honest discussion over food and drinks.

This series will be co-sponsored by
All Souls Episcopal Church
St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church
and St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church.

UPDATE ON LOCATION: We will gather Thursday February 8 at 6:30 p.m., at All Souls’ Episcopal Church, 2300 Cathedral Avenue NW – Near the Woodley Park metro stop.
Our series continues as we explore justice for queer (LGBTQI) people. Join us at All Souls’ Church. Dinner provided.

No church affiliation is required to attend. Admission is free.

For more information, email the Rev. Richard Mosson Weinberg at

Future Meeting Dates: Thursday, March 8; Thursday, April 12; Thursday, May 10

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