Events

Events.

All programs are open to all leaders of faith communities.

 

Sep
13
Sun
2020
15th Annual (virtual) Unity Walk
Sep 13 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
15th Annual (virtual) Unity Walk

Against the backdrop of sadness and pain that we are witnessing in our country, many of us are experiencing a daily struggle to cling to the positive values of compassion and civility that we need to thrive as a nation.  Join us as we lift up those around us and strive towards a more just and compassionate DMV at our 15th annual (virtual) Unity Walk, Sunday, September 13th, 2020.

Although we will not walk together in person this year, we will still come together to celebrate the diversity of our region, to visit houses of worship, and most importantly, to listen to each other with respect and love.  Now is time for us all to come together and unite around our shared humanity.

Sep
16
Wed
2020
Virtual Education Town Hall
Sep 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Virtual Education Town Hall @ Zoom

Montgomery County Faith Community Advisory Council and Montgomery County Public Schools Invite You

Engage with leadership from the county public school system and faith communities in a conversation on the status of virtual only learning in MCPS.

Click green “register” button to join the Zoom

SPEAKERS

Rev. Kasey Kaseman

Superintendent Jack Smith

Mr. Everett Davis (MCPS Office of Student and Family Support and Engagement)

Rabbi Abbi Sharofsky

Dr. Richa Agarwala

and more

Nov
12
Thu
2020
Imagining New Possibilities Through Development – An Online Forum for Faith Communities
Nov 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Faith community leaders and decision-makers are invited to listen, learn, and discuss the redevelopment potential of their properties. Faith communities with excess land, underutilized structures, or declining income will have the opportunity to imagine new possibilities while continuing to serve their members.

Guest speaker:

Robert A. Kronenberg, Deputy Director, Montgomery County Planning Department

Get an overview of the county’s planning process, the status of the Thrive Montgomery 2050 master plan, and the importance of community involvement in the process.

Forum panel participants:

  • Arlington Housing Corporation (AHC) / Habitat for Humanity
  • Bozzuto Development Company
  • Main Street Partners
  • Neighborhood Development Company

Stretch your imagination as you listen to experienced developers explore ideas for faith-based properties, including affordable or senior housing units, and mixed-use development.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/95285427628

Or mobile one-tap : (301) 715-8592