Wednesday March 10 2021 at 7:00 PM

Faith in Action: “The Work of Spirit: Radical Reframing Luke 4: 16-21”
Wednesday, March 10 | 7 pm EST

Registrants will be sent information by email to connect to the program. Registration is free for this ONLINE program. Donations gratefully accepted. If you wish to contribute, select the option in the drop-down.

Presenter: William H. Lamar IV, Pastor, Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C.

Facilitation: Celeste Bryant, Metropolitan AME

William Lamar, pastor of Metropolitan AME, extends the cathedral of African Methodism’s nearly two centuries-long legacy of bearing witness to and ushering into this world the reign of the living God. Lamar has published articles in Christian Century, The Christian Recorder, and Divinity Magazine among others and been featured in The Washington Post, the Afro-American and on PBS’s “News Hour.”

Faith in Action: The Call to Justice from an Interfaith Perspective

A series of five sessions will explore our biblical call to social justice and helping bring about the kingdom of God in the Hebrew Scriptures, the ministry of Jesus and New Testament. The Lenten study will connect the Holy Spirit’s message in scripture to on-going ministry of the Episcopal, African Methodist Episcopal and the broader church.

Thank you to Celeste Bryant from Metropolitan AME and Martin Dickinson from Washington National Cathedral for organizing and facilitating these sessions. To register for other sessions of Faith in Action, click HERE.