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    St. John's at Lafayette Square a Battleground

    The sight of our Spring Friends’ event, St. John’s Episcopal Church at Lafayette Square in Washington DC, became a battleground this week.  Damaged June 1 by a small group of vandals who hi-jacked an otherwise peaceful protest in DC, the church survived without major damage to the historic sanctuary.  The…


    Congratulations to 2020 Graduates Who Earned a Consortium Certificate!

    Washington Theological Consortium Certificate Recipients Spring 2020

    Consortium Certificates require twelve full credits (four full time courses) in an area of specialization that credentials students in that field.  Congratulations to these graduates!

    Certificate in Muslim Christian Studies

    Guimond Pierre Louis, Virginia Theological Seminary

    Certificate in Criminal Justice and Reconciliation

    Gwendolyn Andrews, Howard University School of…


    WTC Continues Planning for Next Year

    Planning for next academic year continue at the Consortium.  Adjustments will be made for events in the fall to honor social distancing and use of masks, as recommended by public health officials. The Board of Trustees met on April 27 to help move the new budget and program plans ahead!…


    50+ Online Courses this Summer!!

    If the pandemic has shown weaknesses in our society and world, it also calls forth strengths and change.  One positive response is ability of WTC schools to adapted brilliantly to online education en masse.   This summer, there are OVER FIFTY ONLINE COURSES you can choose from through cross registration!   Go…


    Prayers for Unity, Hope, Justice and Peace in 2020

    An updated prayer resource from last year seems even more fitting for today’s pandemic crisis. Especially as social distance restrictions are being politicized by right wing forces, prayers for unity, hope, justice, and peace are urgent.  Here are a few that you will find in the resource, More

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