Thursday, Sep. 17 /
6:30 p.m. /
Everywhere, U.S.A.

The Politics of Neighborly Love: Christian Citizenship in a Divided Age

Event details

Recent election cycles have left many Christians feeling discouraged, disillusioned, and dejected. America’s two-party system has left many believers feeling politically homeless when casting a vote feels like compromising values. Tweet storms and partisan bickering have replaced constructive dialogue and keep us from asking deeper questions about what it means to be citizens and followers of Jesus Christ.

This national conversation will help Christians:

  • Develop a biblical, non-partisan framework for understanding our role as Christian citizens;
  • Balance the personal right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” with a broader call to love our neighbors and serve the common good; and
  • Engage critical issues in this fall’s election through the lens of faith.

How: Hosted by Denver Institute for Faith & Work in partnership with city movements and faith and work organizations across the country.

Interested in joining us as an event partner?Contact Joanna Meyer to learn more.


An online forum focused on serving the common good through political engagement.


Thursday, Sept. 17, 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. M.T.


Online (Everywhere, U.S.A.)


Christian Citizenship in a Divided Age


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Justin Giboney

Bill Haslam


Scott Sauls

Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville

Stephanie Summers

Stephanie Summers


Ryan Tafilowski

Denver Seminary