Jan
12
10:30 AM10:30

January 12 Brunch--- what IS Discipleship, anyway?

Doug Weber will be speaking on what we mean when we talk about discipleship. Hope you can come!

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Doug and his wife, Janea, have been with The Navigators for 23 years. Since 2012, Doug has ministered on Capitol Hill, walking alongside Chiefs of Staff, legislative aides and interns on both sides of the aisle. 

He'll share about the practical encouragements of discipleship relationships.

When: Saturday,  January 12, 2019
Timing: 10:30am until whenever!
Where: Anne’s House

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Late fall Investigative Bible Discussion (IBD) - coming soon! 4 sessions starting Nov 13
Nov
13
7:30 PM19:30

Late fall Investigative Bible Discussion (IBD) - coming soon! 4 sessions starting Nov 13

We have now done 5 IBD's over the past year, each diving deep into one specific topic over four weeks. This next IBD we're trying a slightly different format.

We're calling it Bring Your Questions, and over four weeks we’ll be discussing different questions each week that YOU come up with! Becky and Lee (our facilitators) will choose 8-10 of your questions ahead of time and cover 1-3 of them each Tuesday night. We'll also send out brief primers on each question so you can prep a little bit beforehand for what we're discussing that week.

read on…

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Oct
13
10:30 AM10:30

2nd Saturday Brunch! It's October 13th!

I’ve been the convener of this gathering almost every time, not the speaker. But this time I’m going to teach. Bring one or two of your Ah-ha moments! (You won’t have to share, necessarily.) We’re going to explore what God does, what we do and what happens next.

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Hope you can come! We’ll have all the bacon and coffee. If you’d like to bring fruit or bread or an egg dish, that would be amazing. But if it’s your first time joining us, don’t bring a thing except curiosity, appetite and a smile. And maybe a friend or two! Oh, and don’t forget your Ah-ha moments! See you then!

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Sep
20
to Oct 11

Fall Investigative Bible Discussion

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Once again on Thursdays this fall at Le Pain Quotidian in Clarendon we'll have 4 weeks of intense discussion. Space is tight, so let us know as soon as possible if you're interested in joining us. 

Topic:  Three Big Questions about Sin and Judgment

We haven't finalized the Three Big Q's yet. But here are some of the Q's under consideration:

- How is sin actually defined in the Bible? (sub-question: how did Jesus enhance/alter the existing Jewish understanding of sin?)

- Are there different levels of sin in the Bible? (sub-question: does the existence of different gradients of sin allow us to' judge' the behavior of other brothers and sisters in Christ?)

- What is the connection between our judgment of others and how God will judge us? (sub-question: are we all to be judged in the same way, and how does this affect how we are to 'judge' others?)

Our ultimate aim is to take what we learn and apply it to how we live the gospel in our daily lives AND how we converse the gospel with friends, family, and colleagues. Please plan on prioritizing these four Thursday nights if you join us!
Space is limited, so let us know if you're interested by clicking below. Feel free to forward this to friends who might be interested. 

Dates: 

  • September 20

  • September 27

  • October 4

  • October 11

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Jul
21
5:00 PM17:00

Hike and a Meal - National Zoo and NW Washington

Cleveland Park, National Zoo and Klingle Trail (part of Rock Creek Park) this time - then a meal at Cafe Deluxe in NW DC

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2Amy's is out of the picture because of their water pipe issue, but we'll still meet up at 3250 Rodman St NW, park on the street, head down Connecticut Ave and wind our way through the National Zoo, up the Klingle Trail to Macomb, up to Cafe Deluxe for great American food and then back downhill to Rodman St. It's a Figure Eight. Join us for any or all of it! 

Date: Saturday, July 21, 2018
When do we start? 5 pm
Where will we start? Meet up at 3250 Rodman St NW (just a place where we can park next to a park). Click here for the map.
Where will we eat (get to the important part)? Cafe Deluxe
When do you think we'll finish? ~7-8 pm
What to bring: friends, water, cash or plastic for dinner.
If it rains: let's just meet for dinner - I'll make reservations! 

Hope you can come! It's an easy urban hike, very beautiful and not heavily traveled, except for the Zoo.

To RSVP (just so we'll know who to be looking for) or to ask questions, click here.

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Jul
21
4:30 PM16:30

Hike and a Meal - National Zoo and NW Washington

Cleveland Park, National Zoo and Klingle Trail (part of Rock Creek Park) this time - then a meal at Cafe Deluxe in NW DC

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THE TIMING ABOVE IS NOT CORRECT! We'll still meet up at 3250 Rodman St NW at 5pm, park on the street, head down Connecticut Ave and wind our way through the National Zoo, up the Klingle Trail to Macomb, up to Cafe Deluxe for great American food and then back downhill to Rodman St. It's a Figure Eight. Join us for any or all of it! 

Date: Saturday, July 21, 2018
When do we start? 5 pm
Where will we start? Meet up at 3250 Rodman St NW (just a place where we can park next to a park). Click here for the map.
Where will we eat (get to the important part)? Cafe Deluxe
When do you think we'll finish? ~7-8 pm
What to bring: friends, water, cash or plastic for dinner.
If it rains: let's just meet for dinner - I'll make reservations! 

Hope you can come! It's an easy urban hike, very beautiful and not heavily traveled, except for the Zoo.

To RSVP (just so we'll know who to be looking for) or to ask questions, click here.

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Early Wednesday Morning Harry Potter Series - Summer 2018
Jul
11
to Aug 1

Early Wednesday Morning Harry Potter Series - Summer 2018

Early morning is not for everyone; we are aware. But for the few, here’s an idea and great opportunity: come and join us for 4 weeks of exploring the gospel of Jesus and how it shows up in the Harry Potter series. Nan Swift will be facilitating conversations about this at the IHOP in Ballston on 4 Wednesdays in July this summer: July 11, 18, 25 and Aug 1.

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May
20
4:00 PM16:00

A Hike and a Meal

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We're going to the upper reaches of Rock Creek Park on a Sunday afternoon this time.

We'll meet at the Rock Creek Park Nature Center and Planetarium off of Military Road in NW DC, hike an hour to the Parkway Deli, refuel and head back. Join us for any or all of it! 

For details, contact us by clicking here

Hope you can come! Bring friends and come ready for a good hike: appropriate clothes, water and some cash for lunch. It's an easy hike (a few hills but mostly pretty flat), very beautiful and not heavily traveled.

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Jan
13
10:30 AM10:30

Second Saturday Brunch in January 2018

Second Saturday Brunch 

Click here to RSVP

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Emily Snyder - Integrating Faith and Work

Emily is from Pennsylvania and spent six years in corporate America working as a mechanical engineer, five years with Rolls-Royce. Her strong work ethic and drive to succeed quickly identified her as a high potential employee. However, without an understanding of boundaries and a healthy work-life balance, these qualities led to burnout while she was on a one-year international assignment in Bristol, England. She resigned from the engineering job. Soon afterward, she was introduced to The Navigators and met Al Miyashita, the Mission Director of NavWorkplace, based in NYC. She became excited about workplace ministry because of her own experiences and hopes that the lessons she’s learned can help others avoid the same. Her energy is now focused on helping Christians flourish both professionally and spiritually in their workplaces.

Today Emily lives in Manhattan and attends Redeemer Presbyterian Church.

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Nav20s Second Saturday Brunch - Dec 9, 2017
Dec
9
10:30 AM10:30

Nav20s Second Saturday Brunch - Dec 9, 2017

Dr. Jerry Herbert will join us again for another rich discussion of Citizenship as Discipleship: the Politics of Embrace. The hope is that it will prepare us to go home for the Christmas holidays, unafraid to reflect on the political situation (whatever we might think of it) with family and friends who might not eat, drink and breathe this stuff as much as we do.

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