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We convene bi-monthly discussion groups for congressional staff to explore and debate the complexities of particular policy issues as related to a series of articles disseminated and read beforehand. Further, reading groups provide a smaller group for Friday Forum attendees to think more deeply about the themes and topics presented in the lectures and panels and to build fellowship with like-minded believers. Five reading groups are currently meeting, including: Capitol Reading Group (for senior level staff — LDs and above), Senate, House, Intern, and Off-the-Hill. Groups are led by Faith and Law volunteers, are composed of 8-12 participants, and typically meet every other month over lunch.

Senate Reading Group

Reading Groups

Senate Reading Group Christianity and social media

House Reading Group

Reading Groups

House Reading Group A Conversation on American Democracy

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