Located in the Nation's Capitol, the Washington DC Urban Program explores the intersections of poverty and wealth and power and disenfranchisement-- all present in our own city.
We spend most of our time living and serving in low-income, underserved areas of the city; however, we also engage Capitol Hill and the seats of power available in the city.
Our hope is that students will walk away with a keen understanding of how to live as holistic disciples who understand the Biblical call for love, mercy, and justice and are ready to live sacrificially for the sake of others in whatever career they choose.
- Public School Systems
- Race and Ethnicity
- Biblical perspective on justice and poverty
- Environmental Justice
- Wealth and Privilege
- Advocating for the poor
- Incarnational Ministry
- The Church's role in Urban Development