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Past Events (Page 28)

Scholar in Residence Series Presents, “A Weekend with Dr. Norman Wirzba”

Please Join Us! “Food, Eating and the Life of Faith” A Weekend with Dr. Norman Wirzba Professor of Theology and Ecology, Duke Divinity School “The Theological Significance of Food” Presentation and Discussion Saturday, February 7, 2015 Peter Marshall Hall – 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Child Care will be provided) Close to the McPherson Square…

Super Bowl Party

The Radcliffe Room and Asbury United Methodist’s “Football w/InspireDC@Asbury” are co-hosting a potluck feast and football-watching party in the Radcliffe Room. Friends and members of both churches are invited for all or part of the festivities. Bring a dish or just bring yourself.

A Commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment

“Death of Slavery” A Commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment The NYAPC History Committee is collaborating with the Lincoln Group of DC and several of the churches that were active in 1865 to present a special commemoration of the historic House vote and the local forces that helped to make this legislative…

You Are Invited – Weekday Daycare and Preschool Discussion

We are so excited that we have so many babies and toddlers at the church!  In consideration of NYAPC’s  baby-boom and many more children living in DC (or whose parents work in DC), some NYAPC members have voiced interest in utilizing our children’s nursery and preschool rooms during the week, potentially for an NYAPC daycare or preschool.  If…

2015 Kenya Mission Trip: Information Session

If you are interested in finding out more about the August mission trip to Njoro, Kenya, gather in the Lincoln Parlor after second service on either January 11 or January 18 (whichever date is convenient for you) for an information session to answer all your questions. More information needed?  Please contact Beth Braxton, or 703-150-1156

NYAPC Building Closed

No programs and activities held in the building will meet due to the building closure.