Steinbruck Center at Luther Place

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  • New Space Ribbon Cutting!

    by Steinbruck Center | February 4, 2019

    Eighteen years ago Luther Place Memorial Church started the Steinbruck Center. Yesterday we opened the new space on the fourth floor, completing the goals set out by the committee who created this ministry in the first place. There are now 54 beds available, accessible kitchen space for multiple groups, and a new workshop room. At... ... read more >

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

    by Steinbruck Center | July 28, 2017

    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 ... read more >

  • 2017 Rev. John F. Steinbruck Leadership Award Application

    by Steinbruck Center | July 13, 2017

    In 2016, the John F. Steinbruck Leadership award was given to two recipients; Pastor Yehiel Curry and Reverend Kelly Chatman. They were both given this award based on their embodiment of community and dedication to justice and inclusivity. Pastor Yehiel Curry commits his time to the youth of his community, for whom he started an... ... read more >

  • Steinbruck Center hosts Notre Dame Cross Cultural Leadership Program

    by Steinbruck Center | July 1, 2016

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

  • Partnership between the Community Craft Collective & Georgetown University

    by Steinbruck Center | June 28, 2016

    The Community Craft Collective is a collaborative of artists from N Street Village, Logan Circle residents, and members of Luther Place Memorial Church. The collective creates an outlet for creativity, healing and relationship building, as well as an opportunity for income generation for people experiencing economic hardship and/or ... read more >

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