Event Calendar

Sunday, 8.20.17

Adult Sunday School Plenary: Saliba Sarsar

"Jerusalem: One Holy City, Three Monotheistic Faiths"
Dr. Saliba Sarsar is Professor of Political Science & Sociology at Monmouth University. He is the author of several articles and commentaries on democracy, relations, and foreign policy in the Middle East.
 

Event Time:

9:30AM

Location:

Stone Hall

Sunday, 8.27.17

Adult Sunday School Plenary: Kristin Franke (NPC Director of Youth)

"NPC Youth Summer Trip Reports"
Join us for a presentation and stories from our high school mission trip to the Dominican Republic, and middle school trip to “The Great Escape” conference in Johnstown, PA.

Event Time:

9:30AM

Location:

Stone Hall

Sunday, 8.27.17

Summer Sandwich Making

All ages can help feed the hungry in our city by making sandwiches for the homeless on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month during the summer to be distributed through NPC mission partner Martha’s Table. Together, we can make 500 sandwiches in 20 minutes! 

Event Time:

12:00PM

Location:

Stone Hall

Sunday, 9.03.17

Adult Sunday School Plenary: Scott Sunquist

"Joy in Jesus and the Gift of Religious Pluralism"
Scott Sunquist is the Dean of the School of Intercultural Studies and Professor of World Christianity at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has written widely on world mission, pluralism and world Christianity.  

Event Time:

9:30AM

Location:

Stone Hall

Saturday, 9.23.17

NPC’s Membership Class: Pathway of Christian Discipleship

Learn more about the Christian faith and membership at NPC, and spend time with pastors and church leaders at the Pathway of Christian Discipleship Class. Contact Kemet Rakiatu by September 14 to register: KRakiatu@NationalPres.org or 202.537.7578.

Event Time:

8:30AM to 3:30PM

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Saturday, 10.28.17

Annual Conference: Continuing the Reformation: Faithfully Embracing Change

In addition to our 50th Anniversary Celebration, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of a remarkable change for the Christian Church. When professor and pastor Martin Luther posted 95 theses for debate on the door of the church of Wittenberg, Germany, it led to changes that continue to reverberate around the world. On this Reformation Sunday weekend as we mark the changes brought about by the Reformation, we will look at the challenges facing the church in the years ahead. Leading us will be Rev. Dr. Tod Bolsinger, a PC(USA) professor and pastor who has written an award-winning book on how the church can embrace the unknown future through adaptive change. 

Event Time:

(All day)

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