Operation Dream Act Now!

In the current political climate, having safe places for immigrant communities to meet and organize close to the White House and Capitol is invaluable and one of the ways that Luther Place engages ministry. United We Dream is staying in the Steinbruck Center hostel and utilizing our sanctuary for a large group gathering as they prepare...

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Reflecting on Homelessness through Art: “What is Home, to You?” Project by Intern Abigail Alpern Fisch

By Steinbruck Center Intern Abigail Alpern Fisch When groups come to visit the Steinbruck Center at Luther Place in Washington, DC, they often engage in workshops about the systematic causes of Homelessness and Poverty, learn about the similarities and differences between charity and justice, and investigate the reality of structural...

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Welcome, Summer Interns!

Clockwise from upper left hand corner: Justin Sheffer, Maggie Lewis, Avi Mediratta & Abigail Alpern Fisch This summer, we welcome four interns who are working with ArtSmart Summer Camp, the Steinbruck Center, and doing some research for Washington Interfaith Network. Justin Sheffer: Hello! My name is Justin Sheffer and I...

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Listening to God

By: Pastor Karen Brau Listening to God is difficult. Among other things, it takes time, patience and an openness to hearing what may seem ordinary or surprising. We have been listening to God at Luther Place for a long time. In my time serving with you, we have taken time...

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Steinbruck Center Intern Reflections: Bailey

The University of Notre Dame’s Cross-Cultural Leadership Program provides students in the Latino Studies program with summer service learning and immersion opportunities in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC. In DC, students intern at The Library of Congress — Hispanic Division, National Council of La Raza, and the US Conference of...

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Steinbruck Center Intern Reflections: Cesar

The University of Notre Dame’s Cross-Cultural Leadership Program provides students in the Latino Studies program with summer service learning and immersion opportunities in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC. In DC, students intern at The Library of Congress — Hispanic Division, National Council of La Raza, and the US Conference of...

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