Civic Education Series

The Civic Education Series is a monthly Sunday forum facilitated by members of St. Paul’s on the topics and issues of our time. This ministry is part of our Community Engagement focus on education and inspiring action.


October 16, 2022 – Voting Rights

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Why does voting matter now? How can voting be impeded? What are the current voting rights issues? How are faith communities engaging on voting rights?

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November 13, 2022 – Gun Violence

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A panel discussion on the topic of Gun Violence Prevention: What are the issues? What progress is being made? What personal action can I take?

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  • Another Way – Virginia Public Media (VPM/NPR) series of articles and “audiogram” interviews. From the site, “Although gun violence abides by no municipal borders, our series “Another Way: How one Virginia city reckons with gun violence” largely focuses on Richmond, in part because of its concerted effort to address the crisis. During the past four months, VPM News reporters have spoken with city and school officials, support organizations, community members, and the family and friends of slain young people in Richmond.”

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December 1, 2022 – Affordable Housing

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February 26, 2023 – Women’s Reproductive Rights

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March 19, 2023 – Creation Care (Climate, Environment)

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April 30, 2023 – Criminal Justice

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May 21, 2023 – Education

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