Worship every 1st & 3rd Sunday. Small group discussion every 2nd & 4th Sunday. 4pm ET.
"The masses of men live with their backs constantly against the wall. They are the poor, the disinherited, the dispossessed. What does our religion say to them? The issue is not what it counsels them to do for others whose need may be greater, but what religion offers to meet their own needs. The search for an answer to this question is perhaps the most important religious quest of modern life." Thurman, Howard. Jesus and the Disinherited (p. 13). Beacon Press. Kindle Edition.
Join us Wednesday, March 3 at 7pm ET for a reflection & community discussion online about Thurman's seminal work, JESUS AND THE DISINHERITED. Register at bit.ly/ResCityHowardThurman
Rev. Tonetta Landis-Aina is a native of North Carolina and moved to Washington DC in 2004. She holds a Masters of Divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary and is passionate about marginalized people finding their stories in scripture as well as about the new shapes the church will take in the 21st century. When Tonetta isn't geeking out on the Bible or trying to piece together what God might be doing in this beautitul city, she is enjoying time with her wife and 2.5 year old son who loves to assure everyone that he's grumpy.