Racial Justice Workshop, 6/4—Join Pastor Ellen from 6-8 pm at St. Columba’s Church, 4201 Albemarle St. NW, for a workshop sponsored by Friendship Place. Georgetown Professor of History and African American Studies, Marcia Chatelain, will explore how inequality shapes all our lives. Her most recent book, From Sit-In to Drive Thru: Fast Food and Black America, examines the relationship between business and civil rights. For registration link, please email email@example.com.
St Paul’s Food Pantry, 6/8—We need six volunteers to serve from 9 am-Noon at St. Paul’s Food Pantry, 4900 Connecticut Ave, NW, www.stpaulslutherandc.org. RSVP to Jennifer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cabinet Meeting, 6/9—The Cabinet will meet in the library after worship. This is a meeting of the congregation’s lay leadership, and all are welcome.
DC Pride Festival, 6/9—Come celebrate the LGBT community and visit our UCC Open and Affirming booth downtown after worship. Questions? DonaldHClarke@gmail.com.
Poetry Hour, 6/16—Join us from 4-5 pm and bring one or two poems on any theme (with 8 copies to share). Friends are welcome! Questions? email@example.com.
Summer Social Documentary Series, 6/26—Join the Adult Programs and Mission & Social Action Committees from 7-9 pm for the first film in our summer series, What Happened 2 Chocolate City? The film explores DC’s hyper-gentrification through a retrospective lens, highlighting the effects of the 1968 riots, War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration, and the current economic barriers affecting Black Washingtonians. Questions? Email Emily at Parkerec@gmail.com.