On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Many will remember the day last June when security guard Stephen Johns was fatally shot by a white supremacist at the Holocaust Museum. Now, some nine months later, Johns’ pastor and clergy members from across the local faith communities are coming together to build something positive out of a tragedy.
- Rabbi Tamara Miller Spiritual Counselor, Center for Integrative Medicine; former Head of Spiritual Care, George Washington University Medical Center
- Rev. John McCoy Senior Pastor, Word of God Baptist Church; and President, The Washington Baptist Seminary
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