Second Thursday of the month, beginning November 8, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Co-hosted by All Souls Episcopal Church and St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, DC
Last year, Thirsting for Justice launched a series of conversations to explore a Christian response to the social justice issues that plague our nation. This year, our series explores how we sustain ourselves in the ongoing work of justice—especially when we are challenged by burnout and loss and by our own pride and anger.
Each month, we will explore a different gem in our spiritual and wisdom tradition. We’ll turn to leaders like Dorothy Day, Kelly Brown Douglas, and Oscar Romero, as well as Jonathan Daniels, Nadia Bolz-Weber, and more. And we’ll also share our own struggles and successes. Together we will aim to build each other up as we recommit ourselves to the ongoing work of justice.
All those thirsting for social justice are welcome, whatever your faith or church affiliation. Dinner is included. Admission is free. For more information, email the Rev. Diana Gustafson or the Rev. Richard Mosson Weinberg.