Churches in the Tradition of the Church of the Saviour
Ministries of the Church of the Saviour
A number of ministries have grown from churches and mission groups of the Church of the Saviour. Each is independently organized and welcomes your contact.
Other Sites with Seekers Church Connections
Camp Pecometh has hosted many Seekers kids over the years, both in the past (the Lloyds, Woods, Dahlins) and present. Meredith Lloyd, who worked at Pecometh growing up and now serves on the board of directors there, says “I think it would be great if [Pecometh] could be the summer camp of choice for Seekers kids!” They also have family/friends weekends open to all generations.
The Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion nutures 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 you to explore, discern and act on your many gifts and calls in the complexity of life for the good of God’s world.
Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Centers of Greater Washington has been devoted to the healing of mind, body, and spirit for more than 30 years.
Revised Common Lectionary is the complete lectionary for all seasons of the current liturgical year as well as the previous year and the following year in the three-year cycle. It is available online as a service of Vanderbilt University Library.
Rolling Ridge Study Retreat Community is an ecumenical Christian study retreat community located on 1400 acres of wilderness near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Seekers Church owns shares in Rolling Ridge and uses the facility for retreats. Additional information about Rolling Ridge is also available here.
Seekers Church Members’ Websites
Aliathena – a comprehensive site about women in Greek myth
Pat Conover – Pat’s sermons and other writing
Jesse Palidofsky – a selection of Jesse’s music
Margreta Silverstone – a selection of Margreta’s quilts
Deborah Sokolove – a gallery of Deborah’s art
Mulberry Coach – the musical project of Katie Fisher & John Morris
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)
The Network of Spiritual Progressives (a project of the Tikkun Community)
Resources for Systemic Advocacy
About Urban Legends (a source for debunking erroneous legends and hoaxes)
Coalition on Human Needs (an anti-poverty website)
Ecumenical Advocacy Days (a major annual conference in the Washington, D.C., area)
Equality Maryland (an LGBT coalition in Maryland)
Etalkinghead’s Political Blog (access to a directory of religious blogs concerning politics)
Faithful America (an inter-religious website maintained by the National Council of Churches)
Institute for Welcoming Resources (religion and transgender issues)
Mother Jones (the Mother Jones Iraq War timeline)
National LGBTQ Taskforce (LGBTQ political coalition)
National Low Income Housing Coalition (advocacy organization)
United Church of Christ (link to LGBT resources)
Lists of Christian Communities
Jesus Army Community Links contains a list of Christian Communities around the world.
gaychurch.org is a gay and lesbian-welcoming church directory.
Communities Crosslinking to Seekers Church
Wellspring United Methodist Church The similarities among churches founded in the tradition of Church of the Saviour abound. Wellspring is located in Williamsburg, VA, but COS had a great influence in their creation. It is a community of faith driven by the Spirit, led by the laity, and committed to Christian discipleship. Wellspring will empower each person on a Christian journey that fosters deep commitment and faithfulness. In order to further His transformation of individual lives, we will strive to reveal Christ to each other and the community.
Evangelical Community Elim The Elim-Community in the Netherlands functions as a platform and point of contact for 35 evangelical communities. “Evangelical” indicates that these fellowships stem from or belong to the evangelical wing of the universal church. This does not mean identification with a certain denomination. There are Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Charismatic communities included.
Other Missions and Ministries
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