Event Calendar

Saturday, 1.27.18

Pathway Membership Class

Learn more about the Christian faith, discipleship, and membership at NPC, and spend time with pastors and church leaders. Contact Kemet Rakiatu by Jan. 17 to register: krakiatu@nationalpres.org, 202.537.7578.

Event Time:

8:30AM to 3:30PM

Location:

Saturday, 1.27.18

"Unexpected Yet Not Un-Predestined?"

Dr. Paul C. H. Lim of Vanderbilt Divinity School will lead a discussion of the role Reformed Protestants have played in the recent rapid growth of Christianity in the global South. The Reformed Institute will host this fascinating free program and continental breakfast. Visit www.reformedinstitute.org to register.

Event Time:

9:00AM to 12:00PM

Location:

Stone Hall

Saturday, 1.27.18

“Stacking the Stands:” A Seminar for Parents

5–6 p.m. (talk), 6–7 p.m. (dinner) donations accepted
Drawing on the imagery of an athletic event where the crowd can influence the outcome of the game, Mark DeVries’ “Stacking the Stands” seminar provides parents an opportunity to learn the power of weaving a web of life-giving, intergenerational relationships for their children. Parents will walk away from this seminar equipped with the tools and community to “stack the stands” for their children.
 
Rev. Mark DeVries, a PC(USA) pastor with over 30 years of experience in youth ministry, is the President/Founder of Ministry Architects. DeVries has trained youth pastors across the globe, authored five books and numerous articles, and is an in-demand speaker.
 

Event Time:

5:00PM to 7:00PM

Location:

Stone Hall

Sunday, 1.28.18

Plenary: Vintage Saints and Sinners

When we take a closer look at the lives of saints, we learn that they also experienced struggle, doubt, and heartache. Karen Marsh will share surprising lessons in everyday spirituality from these “saints,” who lived and breathed, and failed and followed God. Copies of her new book, Vintage Saints and Sinners, will be available for purchase and signing.
 
Dr. Karen Wright Marsh is Executive Director of Theological Horizons, a campus ministry at The University of Virginia. 
 

Event Time:

9:30AM to 10:30AM

Location:

Stone Hall

Sunday, 1.28.18

Parent Gatherings: Milestones in Life and Worship

Join other parents for coffee, conversation, and a brief study. Betty Elliott will lead a discussion about the Reformation.

Event Time:

10:00AM to 10:30AM

Location:

Elson Parlor

Saturday, 2.03.18

Men's Breakfast

Enjoy a hearty breakfast and a presentation by four-time NFL Pro Bowl Lineman Charles Mann on the theme “In His Grip.” Reserve your place: men@nationalpres.org or call 202.537.7527.

Event Time:

8:00AM to 9:30AM

Location:

Stone Hall

Saturday, 3.03.18

Prepare for Marriage Course

Preparing for a marriage takes a lot more than planning a wedding. Learn the skills you need to thrive in your marriage during this one-day course. This class is offered once per year and is required for all couples whose weddings will be held at NPC. Contact Kristi Teems to register: kteems@nationalpres.org; 202.537.7527.
 

Event Time:

8:45AM to 3:00PM

Location:

Saturday, 4.21.18

Pathway Membership Class

Learn more about the Christian faith, discipleship, and membership at NPC, and spend time with pastors and church leaders. Contact Kemet Rakiatu by April 11 to register: krakiatu@nationalpres.org, 202.537.7578.

Event Time:

8:30AM to 3:30PM

Location:

Saturday, 9.29.18

Pathway Membership Class

Learn more about the Christian faith, discipleship, and membership at NPC, and spend time with pastors and church leaders. Contact Kemet Rakiatu by September 19 to register: krakiatu@nationalpres.org, 202.537.7578.

Event Time:

8:30AM to 3:30PM

Location: