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Important News from the Center for Faith & Work

Important
News

from the
Center for
Faith & Work 

The Center for Faith & Work (CFW) is pleased to announce the newest phase of its fifteen-year history as its staff joins Redeemer City to City (CTC) and continues to serve the Redeemer churches and New York City, while over time broadening its reach to global cities. “Redeemer is changing with CFW because Redeemer is now not one church, it’s a family of three church...

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An Evening with Marilynne Robinson

An Evening
with
Marilynne
Robinson

CFW is excited to announce pre-sale tickets are now on sale for an evening with Pulitzer Prize winning author Marilynne Robinson (Gilead, Home, Lila, and Housekeeping), the recipient of CFW’s inaugural Commission of Faith & Work. On February 21, 2018, hear this luminary author read from and speak about her forthcoming work, What Are We Doing Here?, a collection of essay...

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City Lab

City Lab

Faith & Work: From Vision to Implementation Many of our congregants struggle to connect worship on Sunday with workplace realities on Monday. As pastoral leaders, how do we help disciples see how their faith and work intersect? The Center for Faith & Work (CFW) is excited to partner with Redeemer City to City to deliver this year’s City Lab series, &ldquo...

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The Soul of Work: Presence

David H.
Kim:
The
Soul of
Work:
Presence

The soul houses how and why we do what we do. It’s the epicenter of reform, continually seeking to mend what’s broken, always driving towards the unseen. David H. Kim investigates what it means to work form the soul, to add depth, thoughtfulness, and passion to our most basic skills and loftiest goals.

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Judith Shulevitz: Sabbath in a Time of Unrest

Judith Shulevitz:
Sabbath
in a Time
of Unrest 

In the city that never sleeps, restlessness can feel like our default mode of existence. Yet God has equipped us with tools and promises that bring rest even in the most unrestful times. In this video, author Judith Shulevitz (The New Yorker; NY Times) discusses the impact of a loss of Sabbath in a culture of restlessness.

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The 2018 Gotham Fellowship Class

The 2018
Gotham

Fellowship
Class

Announcing the Gotham Fellowship class of 2018! Gotham is a nine-month program that provides theological, spiritual, and relational foundations required for meaningful and sustainable integration of faith and work. Alan Geygan Alex Lee Ali Bickelmann Andrew Fuqua Angela Afandi Anne Boccato April Bang Ben Daus-Haberle Benjamin Hsu Brad Wilson Brittany Gahan Carisa...

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