In my last post I listed the programme for the community organising course. Here’s a story which illustrates a bit of what it was all about.
On Sunday 17 June, I attended church at University Christian Church, and then had my meeting with Congressman Geoff Davis. Pastor Troy Jackson then picked me up from northern Kentucky, and after brief stops at his home and to buys … Continue reading
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On Friday 15 June I had a chance to meet up with a Presbyterian pastor from Cincinatti, the Rev Erwin Goedicke of North Presbyterian Church. We spend an enjoyable hour together at the the coffee shop of Troy Jackson’s Church, … Continue reading
Visit this post for more photos from University Christian Church. On Thursday 14 June, after 3 very busy days in Washington DC, I travelled to Cincinnati (surely the most difficult US city to spell!) at the invitation of my friend … Continue reading
When I started this blog, it was with the intention of sharing up-to-date information about what I was up to on my study leave with members of my congregation, friends, and anyone who might be interested. But I found that … Continue reading
My last meeting in Washington DC (on 13 June 2012) was with the Rev Michael Livingston of the Poverty Initiative of the National Council of churches. My notes on that meeting with appear in a day or two. I have … Continue reading