Our Mission


Research

Focus on the intersection of Faith and Justice in the world.

Research

Focus on the intersection of Faith and Justice in the world.

Safe Space

Providing safe space for the discussion of issues that divide the body of Christ.

Safe Space

Providing safe space for the discussion of issues that divide the body of Christ.

Speakers Bureau

Providing speakers and trainers to guide faith communities and organizations in reconciliation.

Speakers Bureau

Providing speakers and trainers to guide faith communities and organizations in reconciliation.

Repairing the Breach


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The Police are the Public and the Public are the Police

Join us for this one day conference, April 1, 2017, beginning at 9:00 am, as we bring together police, theologians, and journalists to take steps to improve the relationship between the community and the police -- once and for all.  The conference is FREE and includes all meals and materials. 

Panelists:  The Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, author "Stand Your Ground:  Black Bodies and the Justice of God;"  The Rev. David Couper, retired, Chief of Police Madison Wisconsin, and author, "Arrested Development:  A Veteran Police Chiefs Sounds Off . . ;" Mr. Wesley Lowery, journalist, Washington Post, and author, "They Can't Kill Us All;" Chief Brian Jordan, Chief of Police, Howard University; The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart, Captain (ret), Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC; and Lt. Tim McMillan, Garden City GA Police Department and founder of the Elijah Project to change policing. 

To register, email gfisher143@verizon.net and include dietary requirements or use:  Eventbrite.  

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The Center for the Study of Faith in Justice @ Calvary Episcopal Church

820 6th Street, N.E. Washington, DC 20002

202-546-8011

Hours

Monday - Friday: 10 am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Sabbath