Ecclesia: Reimagining the Church through the Lens of Racial Justice
Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 9:00am via Zoom Video Conference.
Meet, Greet and Fellowship
Special Acknowledgments, Announcements and Speak Out Business Meeting.
Focused Conversations via Panel and Small Groups: “What would the Church look like if we re-imagine the Church through the Lens of Racial Justice?”
- Saturday; Oct 3, 2020 10:00 AM Eastern Time
- Meeting ID: 861 5283 9117
- Passcode: 442419
- Dial In Number: 301-715-8592
2021 Budget will be voted on during the Potomac Association Fall Meeting on Oct. 17, 2020.
2021 Budget and 2021 Church Assessments Reports are in the Potomac Association Newsletter
Reverend Mark Granfors-Hunt, Association Treasurer Court Buchanan, Association Associate Treasurer
The Delegates and Authorized Ministers of the Potomac Association are called to the 2020 Potomac Association Fall Meeting.
Theme: Ecclesia: Re-imagining the Church
Location: ZOOM Conference Call
Day, Date, and Time: Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 9:00 am
Registration: Eventbrite Link for Advance Registration
- CAC and PA Leadership Reports
- PA Committee Reports
- PA Financial Report and Presentation of the 2021 Annual Budget
- Intentional conversations around “Re-Imagining the Church” to include a racial justice discussion
Faith & Democracy 2020, a campaign of the Justice & Witness Action Network, calls on local churches across the Central Atlantic Conference to come together on Sunday, Sep. 20, for a time of worship and mobilization to call on voters to vote in the General Election.
As people of faith, our vote serves as a powerful tool to rid our communities of injustice, racism and inequity. There is no better time than now to be faithful to God’s call. The call to engage in public life. The call to fight for justice and liberation.
Join us for this important organizing moment in the Faith & Democracy 2020 campaign. Mark your calendar and prepare to receive the Faith & Democracy 2020 worship packet soon.
- Monday, April 27, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
- Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ
Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ will be the host church for the debut of the new African American ecumenical hymnal entitled “One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism.” Monday, April 27th at 7:00 pm. One of our nation’s premier organists and choir directors Dr. James Abbington will serve as the organist and director for that evening!
- Sunday, March 22, 2020 @ 12:30 p.m.
- Rock Spring UCC, room 207. 5010 Little Falls Road, Arlington VA 22207
Join Marisol Maddox to learn about the state of the Arctic- which is experiencing climate change at more than twice the global average- and implications for US national security. She will share experiences from her time with Coast Guard in the Arctic Ocean this past summer on the icebreaker, Healy, as well as the relevance of changes in the Arctic to the rest of the globe.
Marisol Maddox is an Arctic analyst at the Woodrow Wilson Center, as well as a non-resident research fellow at the Center for Climate & Security, and a graduate student in International Security at George Mason University. Her research considers the security implications of an opening Arctic, the evolution of US strategy in the region, polar governance and geopolitics, climate change risk mitigation, and opportunities for enhanced international collaboration on regenerative solutions to shared security concerns.