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What We Do

Faith & Law brings a wide variety of distinguished speakers before Members of Congress and Hill staff to address contemporary political and cultural issues.

We do not pretend to know exactly what God thinks about transportation, housing, or education policy, but we do firmly believe God cares about it. As such, we should be looking to him, in community with other believers, to live out the credo of Abraham Kuyper: “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, Mine!”

Our Events

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Friday Forums

Twice a month, we host one-hour lunches for Hill staffers in either a House or a Senate committee room, featuring a lecture or a panel with leading experts on timely and relevant political and cultural issues.

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Members of Congress and Spouses Breakfast

Each quarter, Members of Congress and their spouses meet for breakfast in the Capitol for an interactive discussion with a top Christian thought leader with the goal of helping them further develop an integrated Christian worldview that will assist them in their calling to pursue justice in the public square.

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Reading Groups

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. We have existing groups for Senior staff, Senate staff, House staff, Hill interns as well as an Off-the-Hill Reading Group.

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Several times a year, we invite congressional staff to screen a thought-provoking film over dinner, followed by a discussion of related public policy issues addressed in that film.

Mentoring Program

We believe it is crucial that relatively new Christian Hill staffers have the opportunity to be shepherded by a thoughtful, experienced staffer who understands both the trials and the joys that can come from living a life of faith on Capitol Hill. Through our mentorship program, we connect junior Hill staff with current and former senior Hill staff for a 12 week program where mentees wrestle with complex questions about politics, policy, and faith.

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Our seminars are candid, small group discussions with current or past Senior Hill staff specifically regarding how to faithfully navigate the halls of Congress. These invitation-only sessions are for Hill staff.

Film Discussions

Several times a year, we gather in the evening to watch and discuss films that relate to timely public policy issues.

Annual Leadership Conference

The annual retreat allows staff and their spouses time away from Capitol Hill for a weekend of learning and fellowship. It is critical for creating long-lasting bonds and deeper collaboration among participants.

We wrestle with some of the most pertinent and difficult issues of the day.

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It’s helped spark ideas that I take back to our legislative team and talk through.
Hill Staffer
F&L has facilitated my ability to create a network of like minded believers who can serve as a sounding board for ideas and can help move those ideas forward. F&L is not just a place to go hear lectures (and get free food) and learn about an issue; it's also a place to meet people with whom you can work cooperatively toward common goals.
Agency Staffer
As I reflected in my morning meditation/prayer topic of gratitude, it brought to mind a feeling of thanks for what Faith & Law has brought to life on the Hill. Through your leadership, you have cultivated a community that unites policymakers in faith. It is because of people like you I feel called to serve and give more.
Senate Staffer