We are blessed to work collegially with many different institutions including:
Nestled in the scenic Hill country of Texas, Laity Lodge is dedicated to enabling Christians to know Jesus deeply and to serve him in the everyday places of their lives. To learn more about our work with the Laity Lodge, click here.
DEMDACO is a Kansas City based company that exists to lift the spirit by providing products that help people connect to one another in a meaningful way and by pursuing business as it ought to be. The Washington Institute partners with DEMDACO in a variety of ways. Click here to hear our shared story.
The Murdock Trust seeks to enrich the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations seeking to strengthen the region’s educational, spiritual, and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Click here to learn more about our partnership.
Comment magazine serves Christian leaders and culture makers with rooted, fresh ideas for the faithful practice of North American public life. Click here to learn more about how we work together.
Corhaven (“rest for the heart”) is a 17 acre place of personal retreat in the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia intended as a place for individuals to come and listen to God about life, work or any other care or concern. Click here to learn more about our ongoing relationship.
The Falls Church is an historic, Anglican parish located just outside the nation’s capital city of Washington D.C. Learn more about our longstanding relationship with the Falls Church here.
Located in St. Louis, Missouri Covenant is a leading Presbyterian seminary that has been training pastors and those who serve besides them for more than 50 years. To learn more about how The Washington Institute partners with Covernant in teaching and training pastors click here.
The Fellows Initiative supports local fellows Programs around the United States which teach and equip recent Christian college graduates to become more firmly rooted in Christ and inspired to live their faith seamlessly in the marketplace, in church, in their families and in the world. Learn more about The Fellows Initiative