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Conversations that Matter: Building the Community in an Age of Disconnection

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Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 | 06:30 pm EDT

Location:  Duke in DC Office
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, District Of Columbia  20004
United States


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In the midst of growing fractures in our culture, political polarization, and anxieties about the future, faith-inspired imagination and faith-informed action can address these challenges of our times. Join us for a compelling conversation with William Lamar IV M.Div'99, pastor of Metropolitan A.M.E. Church in Washington, D.C. and contributor to Faith and Leadership at Duke Divinity School. His presentation will discuss how communities can cultivate sustaining relationships to benefit the wider world. With audience participation, the discussion will consider opportunities to nurture communities that have potential to thrive.

Registration fee per person includes appetizers, wine, and other beverages.

  • General admission - $20
  • Current Duke students - free

 

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