The Center for Christian Civics provides pastors, ministry professionals and lay leaders with the support and resources they need to wisely guide their brothers and sisters through the difficult intersection of Christian faith and civic life.
Friday, June 10, 2016
325 East Capitol Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
Please join us for a fundraiser celebrating the official launch of the Center for Christian Civics. The evening will include food, drinks, live music, and a brief presentation outlining our work.
In the coming weeks, we will be bringing on our Executive Director, releasing a new resource to help churches and small groups navigate the election year, and celebrating several other important milestones.
To support our work, tax-deductible donations of any size can be made online in advance or on-site by check or credit card. (One-time and recurring gifts of $50 or more are eligible for free thank-you gifts, to be announced during the evening's presentation.)
We can't wait to share exciting updates with you about the year ahead, so please join us on June 10.
We'd love for you to join us, so RSVP today!
If you want to be with us but can't make it, please consider supporting us by making a tax-deductible financial contribution to our work.
All one-time donations of $70 or more or recurring donations of $30 or more will receive free resources for personal study and small group discussion as thank-you gifts from the Center for Christian Civics team.
Recurring donations are the lifeblood of any non-profit and essential to any ministry. Your recurring donation allows us to plan more responsibly and launch projects that will equip the church to be the church across the political spectrum.
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Your one-time donation can allow us to keep our website up and running, push our articles out to the people who need to read them most, and turn what you're reading into real-life events and workshops that help the church to carry the hope of Christ into the civic arena visibly and effectively.