Frequently Asked Questions
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We would love to have you visit Sojourners. First, you may want to read about the history of our community.
Many visitors come to Washington, D.C., to see the sights and want to include Sojourners on their list of attractions. Long-time readers like to put faces to the names they have read for years. New-found friends are curious about our work or our intern program.
We would be happy to schedule a tour of our offices and spend some time with you sharing the Sojourners story. To arrange a visit to our office, please click here to fill out Sojourners Visitor Form. If you have any additional questions, please contact email@example.com. It takes about an hour to tour Sojourners.
If you have a group that would like to come and hear about Sojourners, we can accommodate you as well. Many high school and college groups include Sojourners on study/mission trips to Washington, D.C. We take about an hour to talk about our history and our current work and to engage the groups with questions they may have.
Please contact Sojourners at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up these group visits.
Sojourners strives to provide an internship program of Christian discipleship, with a focus on life and faith, prayer and formation, and work and mission.
- Life and Faith: We provide participants in our program with an opportunity to live together as a community in Washington, D.C. Together, the interns design the structures for maintaining their shared household. Through weekly house meetings, the interns worship, conduct business, pray, and experience city life as a community.
- Prayer and Formation: We offer opportunities for personal growth and learning through a structured curriculum and monthly educational seminars on a wide range of topics designed to provoke and challenge the interns' perspectives on personal and social issues of faith. Interns are matched with mentors to provide spiritual and vocational guidance during their year-long experience. Time for personal reflection, contemplation, and community building is offered at retreats given throughout the year.
- Work and Mission: Interns develop skills by working full-time in the ministry of Sojourners. Skilled staff members challenge interns as supervisors in a variety of departments including editorial, marketing and circulation and development. Also, volunteer opportunities are encouraged to enhance interns' experience of Washington D.C.'s diverse activities and culture.
We currently have the table of contents for all back issues of Sojourners magazine from Fall 1971, and we have online content for all back issues since January 1994. You can find them below or through our search box by using key words in the text. To obtain printed copies of available back issues, including those before 1994, visit the Sojourners Resource Center or call 1-800-714-7474 or (202) 328-8842.
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