Jelani Cobb
Policing, Protest, and Power
May 4 | Noon | Online

Jelani Cobb is an award-winning writer for The New Yorker on issues of race, history, justice, and politics. His recent documentary with FRONTLINE, Policing the Police 2020, examines the enormous complexities and realities of race and policing in America. Learn more.

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We are political but not partisan. For us that means we answer the call to bring a moral voice to the steps of the capitol and influence legislation based on the issues that affect people’s lives.We believe that our ethical report card is determined by how we care for the most vulnerable in our society.

—An open letter from Downtown Interfaith Senior Clergy

Downtown Senior Clergy Statement: April 14, 2021

The Downtown Interfaith Senior Clergy, including Westminster, wrote a statement expressing anguish and grief by the latest police killing of a Black man in our community. The senior clergy, and the congregations they serve have promised to work together in our city for justice that leads to peace.

Rev. Dr. Tony Tian-Ren Lin to Speak at Men’s Retreat

Westminster is excited to welcome the Rev. Dr. Tony Tian-Ren Lin for the Spring Men’s Retreat this month. Tian-Ren Lin is the Program Director for the Leadership Development Initiative at Trinity Church Wall Street in New York City and also a Research Professor at New York Theological Seminary. He…

Macalester College President to Preach at WPC

On April 11, Westminster welcomes Macalester College President Suzanne Rivera as our guest preacher and celebrates Macalester Sunday, an annual tradition held the Sunday after Easter as a way to highlight the historic ties between the College and the Presbyterian Church.
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