Sites with Seekers Church Connections
Camp Pecometh has hosted many Seekers youth over the years. Along with faith-based activities, its attractions include riverfront sailing, horseback riding, swimming, a climbing tower, a ropes course, science/technology/math activities, games, and sports. It also has family/friends weekends open to all generations.
The Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion nurtures and guides students, churches, and artists exploring the intersections of the arts and theology. It is part of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC.
Lumunos (formerly Faith At Work) empowers people to explore, discern and act on their gifts and calls in the complexity of life for the good of God’s world.
Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Centers of Greater Washington is devoted to the healing of mind, body, and spirit.
Riverhouse ePress – founded by Ron Kraybill, publishes a conflict style inventory widely used by conflict resolution trainers in the U.S. and abroad.
Progressive Christianity Networking
The Clergy Letter Project (a religion and evolution site)
Gaychurch.org (a directory of LBGTQ-welcoming churches)
Resources for Social Justice and Advocacy
Church Clarity (LGBTQ and Gender Equity)
Coalition on Human Needs (anti-poverty)
Ecumenical Advocacy Days (a major annual conference in the Washington, DC, area)
Equality Maryland (LGBTQ)
Faithful America (an inter-religious website maintained by the National Council of Churches)
Institute for Welcoming Resources (religion and transgender issues)
United Church of Christ LGBTQ resources
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